Institutional Infrastructure Set Up for the Export Promotion

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Institutional Infrastructure Set Up for the Export Promotion

  1. 1. Institutional infrastructure set up for the export promotion
  2. 2.  DEPARTMENT OF COMMERCE ,GOVT.OF INDIA  BOARD O TRADE  EXPORT PROMOTION COUNCIL  TRADE DEVELOPMENT AUTHORITY  COMMODITY BOARDS  EXPORT PROMOTION BOARDS  CABINET COMMITTEE ON FREIGN TRDAE  EXPPORT CREDIT OF GUARENTEE CORPORATION OF INDIA LTD  INDIAN INSTITUTE OF FOREIGN TRADE  MARINE PRODUCT EXPORT DEVELOPMENTT AUTHORITY
  3. 3.  INDIAN TRADE PROMOTION ORAGANISATON AGRICULTURE AND PROCESSD FOOD PRODUCTS EXPORT DEVELOPMENT AUTHORITY EXPORT PROMOTION COUNCIL OF INDIA INDIAN INSTITUTE OF PACKAGING THE COUNCIL OF ARBITRATION FEDERATION OF INDIAN EXPORT ORGANISATION TRADE FAIR AUTHORITY OF INDIA
  4. 4. ZONAL EXPORT AND IMPORT ADVISORY COMMITTEE INDIAN INTER NATIONAL MARKETING CENTER DIRECTORATE GENERAL OFCOMMERCIAL INTELIGENCE AND STATISTICS EXPORT HOUSES AND TRADING HOUSES THE SATE TRADING CORPORATION OF INDIAN LTD MINERALS AND METALS TRADING CORPORATION INDIAN GOVT TRADE REPRESENTATIVE ABROAD. EXIM BANK
  5. 5.  The ministry of commerce ,as the apex body is responsible for all policy decisions concerning export promotion.  The department is responsible for the country’s external trade and all matters concerned with it ,such as commercial relations with other countries ,state trading export promotional measures ,regulation and promotion of certain export oriented industries and commodities.
  6. 6.  Constituted in 1991,headed by the commerce ministers.  Provides a meaningful dialogue between government and industry.  The deputy minister of commerce is the boards vice chairman  The board reviews half yearly the performance of country's economy in its financial aspect and considers policies relating to export promotion.
  7. 7. o Set up in July 1968 o Helps to make a detailed study of the export possibilities of the commodities exported from different regions. o Advice the government on specific problems of exports from these regions
  8. 8. Western zone (Bombay) Southern zone (madras) Eastern zone (Calcutta) Northern zone (Kanpur)
  9. 9. a) For the promotion of export of specific commodities or groups of products b) There are about 20 export promotion councils in India c) Registered under the companies act,1956 as non profit organization. d) The function of the councils are broadly to advice the government ,the local authorities and public bodies on the policies to be pursued and the step to expand the exporters of the commodities grown and manufactured in the state.
  10. 10.  TDA ,Set up at resisted society includes and organizes entrepreneurs ,largely in the medium and small-scale sectors to develop their individual export capabilities.  set up in 1970 It deals with the package assistance to enterprise at micro level after identifying the potential of their products and their requirements for assistance. Being a non trading institution ,TDA does not enter in to the direct commercial transaction ,but confines itself in to a catalyst role.
  11. 11. i. Statutory boards dealing with the entire range of problems of production ,development , marketing etc ii. Similar functions as done by the export promotion councils iii.They advice the government on policy matters such as fixing the quotas for exports the signing of trade agreements with foreign countries.
  12. 12. IV. They also undertake promotional activities such as participation in exhibitions and trade fair ,sponsoring delegations, quality inspection etc
  13. 13.  The tea board ,Calcutta  The coffee board ,Bangalore  The coir board ,cochin  The central silk board ,Bombay  All India handlooms and handicraft boards ,Bombay  The rubber board ,kottayam  The cardamom board ,cochin  The tobacco board ,(AP)
  14. 14.  The relatively poor performance on the export during 1996-97 ,promoted the constitution of a new body known as EPB  The EPD has taken significant decision on speedy up clearance of export air cargo ,co- ordination among infrastructural agencies and giving priority to sectors like electronics and garments.
  15. 15.  This high level committee with prime minister as chairman ,was constituted in July 1998  To review the export performance ,deliberate policy issues and introduce measures to accelerate exports.
  16. 16.  Incorporated in 1957  It is a company wholly owned by the government of India ,functioning under the administrative control of the ministry of commerce and managed by a board of director representing the government ,banking ,insurance trade and industrial sectors.
  17. 17.  Set up by the government of India in 1954  The main activities include training of personal ,commodity studies ,overseas market surveys in India  It provides consultancy to export enterprise  It distribute market information through “foreign trade review “and “foreign trade bulletin”
  18. 18. .Came in to being September 1972 Importers and exporters both could obtain information relating to the markets and marine products from MPEDA
  19. 19.  ITPO came in to being in January 1992  To promote export and import through the medium of trade fairs held in India and abroad  It holds buyer seller markets and conduct programs and undertakes through print and electronic media
  20. 20.  APEDA came to being on august 1856  It serves as s focal point for agricultural exports ,particularly marketing of processed food in value added forms with a view to increase the export of agricultural and processed food products
  21. 21.  The EIC , a statutory body ,is responsible for the enforcement of quality control and compulsory preshipment inspection of various exportable commodities.  This council organizes through inspection all over the country ,preshipment inspection of products and commodities notified for compulsory inspection.  850 items are subject to compulsory inspection
  22. 22.  This institute is set up by the government of India in collaboration with the industry with the sole purpose of maintaining ,packaging standards of our country compatible with those of advanced countries.  The IIP is registered under the Societies Registration Act  main objective of IIP is to stimulate consciousness of the need for food packaging amongst Indian exporters
  23. 23. I. Promoters arbitration as a means of setting commercial disputes and popularizes arbitration among the trades particularly those engaged in international trade. II. Set up in 1965 III. ICA is the apex body for promoting and encouraging amicable settlement of trade dispute for creating India's goodwill in the field foreign trade.
  24. 24.  Apex body of various export promotion organization  Set up in 1965  This federation is a common coordinating platform for the various export organizations, including the commodity councils and boards and services institutions and organizations.
  25. 25.  Was set up in 1977  Main functions include organizing ,promoting and participating in trade fairs and other exhibitions, setting up showrooms in India and abroad to undertakes trading activities in items related with such fairs to promote of new items and diversify India's export.
  26. 26. This organization came in to existence by merging three different units 1.Directorate of exhibitions and commercial publicity 2.The Indian council of trade fair and exhibitions 3.The trade fair organization The TFAI has been organizing wholly Indian exhibitions and India's participation in several international fairs
  27. 27.  with an objective of promoting export of Indian product ,establishing a market center ,warehousing facilities and processing activities both in India and abroad and act as a nodal agency to bring buyers and sellers together
  28. 28.  The directorate conduct studies on various topics relating to promotion of trade .  It helps in the settlement of commercial dispute and provides Indian businessmen going abroad with letters of introduction to Indian commercial representatives concerned .
  29. 29. •It also maintain commercial library which is widely used by the exporters, importers and research scholars and others . •The primary responsibility of this agency is collection ,compilation ,and dissemination of trade information ,both inland and foreign.
  30. 30.  Export houses and trading ,recognized by the government are private business helpful in export development.  They benefit from financial assistance from the market development agency for approved activities including participation in international trade fairs ,sponsorship of trade delegations etc.
  31. 31. The DGFT overseas exemption of export import policies through a network of 31 subordinate offices located around the country. The wide network of offices helps exporters especially in exporting import licensing
  32. 32.  Was set up as a private limited company in 1956 and later converted in to public limited company in 1959  This corporations have 5 subsidiaries 1. The handicraft and handlooms export corporation if Indian ltd 2. Projects and equipment corporation of Indian ltd 3. Cashew corporation of India ltd 4. Central cottage industries corporation of India ltd ,a subsidiary of HHFC 5. Tea trading corporation of India ltd
  33. 33.  The minerals and metals trading corporations deals with export and import of canalized item like ore coal, chrome ore ,bauxite ,and non canalized item likes diamonds and import of non-ferrous metal ,industrial raw materials ,steel ,raw materials for fertilizers and finished fertizers,sulphur and rock phosphate.
  34. 34.  Is a public sector financial institution  Established on 1st January 1982  It was established by an act of parliament ,for the purpose of financing ,facilitating and promoting foreign trade of India.  The present focus of exim bank is on export finance
  35. 35.  This institution developed and strengthened with in the country are supplemented by the Indian trade representatives abroad .  The trade representatives in the embassies and consultants are continually being strengthened to enable them effectively support the effort which being made with in the country.
  36. 36. o Director general of international trade o Cabinet committee on export o Export processing zone o Export oriented units :
  37. 37. 1.DRAW BACK COMMITTEE 2.FREIGHT INVESTIGATIOM BUREAU 3.RAILWAY FRIEGHT COMMETE 4.CUSTOMS AND CENTRL EXISE DEPARTMENT 5.RESERVE BANK OF INDIA 6.CENTRAL WAREHOUSING CORPORATION
  38. 38.  The central and state government has taken a number of measures to promote export which has been difficult.  Monitor export proposals submitted by the state government to the ministry of commerce .  However government reluctant to promote export activities because EXPORT NEVER BECOME THE NO.1 PRIORITY OF THE STATE GOVERNMENT AGENDA BECAUSE REVENUE NEVER GO TO STAE COFFERS.
  39. 39. The government generally lacks the required expertise for export promotion ,additional facilities for export orientation ,development means- more cost for the state government, information about international marketing ,etc is lacking among the state administration.
  40. 40. 1.INTERNATIONL BUSINESS- SUMATI VARMA ANE BOOKS PVT LTD 2010 NEW DELHI 2.EXPORT MARKETING B S RATHOR ,J S RATHOR HIMALAYA PUBLISHING HOUSE 1993 BOMBAY
  41. 41. 3.EXPORT PROMOTIO N INDIA DR.BALAN SATCHIT COMMON WEALTH PULICATION 1999 NEW DELHI 4.EXPORT MANAGEMENT B M WALI ,AB KALKUNDRIKAR STERLING PUBLISHERS PVT LTD 1989 NEW DELHI 5.JOURANL –ECONOMIC AND POLITICAL WEEKLY A SAMEEKSH A PUBLICATION

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