Structural Dimensions of India’s Agricultural Exports: An AnalysisJournal: International Journal of Science and Research (IJSR) (Vol.3, No. 3)
Publication Date: 2014-03-15
Authors : Rajashri S. Gudaganavar; Nagaraj V. Gudaganavar;
Page : 397-399
Keywords : WTO; PERFORMANCE; STRUCTURAL; EXPORTS; Implications;
Indian agricultural exports are facing stiff competition from Asian countries. Globalisation and liberalisation in the post WTO dispensation have added to the problem of competition to agricultural exports from India. Most of the export earnings of agriculture came from the conventional items such as tea, cashew and spices. With the exception of a few commodities like rice, cotton, tea, coffee, oil seeds, oil cakes, tobacco and spices the share of agricultural exports from India in total world trade was insignificant. However structural changes in agricultural exports have been significant. There is a good deal of product and market diversification in agricultural exports from India. Asian neighbors have emerged as new buyers of some of our agricultural products. New and processed agricultural products with high value have emerged as major agricultural exports from India.
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