Primary (i) Agriculture (ii) Mining Secondary (i) Food and beverages (ii) Textile (iii) Machinery & machine tools (iv) Transport equipment (v) Metal & metal products (vi) Electrical goods (vii) Chemical & chemical products (viii) Paper & paper products (ix) Rubber goods (x) Other Manufacturing
Tertiary (i) Telecommunication (ii) Power generation (iii) Services
1. COFFEE, TEA, MATE AND SPICES.2. RESIDUES AND WASTE FROM THE FOOD INDUSTRIES; PREPARED ANIMAL FODER.3. CEREALS.4. EDIBLE FRUIT AND NUTS; PEEL OR CITRUS FRUIT OR MELONS.5. RUBBER AND ARTICLES THEREOF.6. OIL SEEDS AND OLEA. FRUITS; MISC. GRAINS, SEEDS AND FRUIT; INDUSTRIAL OR MEDICINAL PLANTS; STRAW AND FODDER.7. TOBACCO AND MANUFACTURED TOBACCO SUBSTITUTES.8. SUGARS AND SUGAR CONFECTIONERY.9. EDIBLE VEGETABLES AND CERTAIN ROOTS AND TUBERS.10. LAC; GUMS, RESINS AND OTHER VEGETABLE SAPS AND EXTRACTS.
Exports increased from US$ 14 million (2004-05) to US$ 17 million (2005-06) – 21.77 % increase. With continuing growth, the total exports has increased to – US$ 19.62 billion (2006-07). Current share in world export of textiles – 3.5 - 4 %. Current share in world clothing export – 3 %. Major export market – Europe (22% share in textiles & 43% share in apparel). Single largest buyer – US ( 10% share in textiles and 32.65 share in apparel).
Other major export markets include - UAE, Saudi Arabia, Canada, Bangladesh, China, Turkey and Japan. Largest export segment – Readymade Garments (45% share in textile exports and 8.25% share in Indias total exports). Exports of readymade garments - expected to US$ 14.5 billion with a cumulative annual growth rate of 18-20%.
leading foreign exchange earner US$ 13.5 billion 11 % in the 5 year period employment to more than 1.3 million people directly and indirectly supported by Government policies and the banking sector (50 banks providing about US$ 3 billion credit to the Indian diamond industry )
highly labor intensive and decentralized as the second largest employment- generating sector after agriculture offers employment to over 6 million artisans a perfect example of assimilation between the traditional designs and modern techniques
India is the largest livestock holding country - 21% large animals and 11% small animals A source for 10% world leather requirement About 2.50 million workforce (30% women) Annual production value is over U$ 4 billion Annual export value is over U$ 2 billion Export growth CAGR 8.20% (2000-04) Promising technology inflow and FDI High priority to occupational safety and work environment Compliance to environmental standards Immense potential for future growth (domestic as well as export)
ARTICLES OF APPAREL AND CLOTHING ACCESSORIES, NOT KNITTED OR CROCHETED. COTTON. ARTICLES OF LEATHER,SADDLERY AND HARNESS;TRAVEL GOODS, HANDBAGS AND SIMILAR CONT.ARTICLES OF ANIMAL GUT(OTHR THN SILK-WRM)GUT. OTHER MADE UP TEXTILE ARTICLES; SETS; WORN CLOTHING AND WORN TEXTILE ARTICLES; RAGS CARPETS AND OTHER TEXTILE FLOOR COVERINGS. CARPETS AND OTHER TEXTILE FLOOR COVERINGS. SILK KNITTED OR CROCHETED FABRICS. Leather goods
Exports in september 2008 were $15.8 billion in september. Exports in september 2009 were only $14.6 billion . Exports in september grew by 23.2% over the same month last year to $18.02 billion.
“He was optimistic that exports would surpass the $200-billion target for 2010-11,as shipments for april - september 2010 already crossed the half –way mark and touched $103.3 billion with a robust year-on-year growth of 27.6%.”