Ten Major Products Agricultural Leather products, 7 % Plastic products Gems and Jewellery Apparel and Textiles Medical Appliances Engineering Goods Chemical products Handicrafts Marine products
Ten Major Markets U.S. South Africa UK Russia Middle East Japan Canada Australia New Zealand Spain
Agricultural Accounts 25 % of GDP, Employing over 50% of the population Products- Rice, wheat, pulses
Leather products India covers 2% of world trade in leather & 10% in raw leather 7% of the total export of India Products- footwears, leather garments, footwear components
ContD. Exports have boosted the growth of Indian economy substantially and Indian exports in the current year has earned nearly US $ 125 billion and is expected to earn US $ 160 billion for the next fiscal year. The major export products of India include leather, medical appliances, equipments, textiles and so on.
Textile Textile goods have gained prominence among the export products of India, designer garments for ladies as well as gents manufactured by the big houses in India have created huge demand in the International garment industry. A large number of small scale, medium scale as well as large scale companies in India are engaged in the export of textile goods, the list of such companies include: Kshethra Exports Mirza Fabric Private Limited Kanha Designs Pvt. Ltd. KnitcoFashionns Boom Buying Private Limited
Agro export India’s agro exports have shown an impressive growth in the last few years. Besides expansion in quantitative terms, these exports have been meeting new challenges of the world market amidst rising concerns of health and food safety. To quote APEDA’s Chairman AsitTripathy, India’s farm exports have gone up in value terms from a paltry figure of Rs 582 crore in 1986 to Rs. 36,000 crore. In the last decade alone, the figure has trebled while in the last five years, it has doubled. India’s agricultural output growth is expected to hit 5.4 percent for 2010-11 fiscal, according to official figures.