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Made in India exports top $400 billion under PM Modi led government

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Prime Minister of India, Narendra Modi exuded pride that India had achieved the export target of $400 billion. Addressing the people through his Mann Ki Baat programme, Mr Modi said Made in India products are now reaching new markets in every corner of the world. He pointed out that when Indians become vocal for local, the local becomes global.

Made in India exports top $400 billion under PM Modi led governmentPM Modi said the demand for items made in India is increasing across the globe. He said it also signifies that the supply chain of India is getting stronger. He highlighted that the exports of leather products from Hailakandi in Assam, handloom products and fruits and vegetables from Bijapur and black rice from Chandauli are increasing. The world-famous apricot of Ladakh has reached the markets of Dubai and bananas are being shipped from Tamil Nadu to Saudi Arabia.

The first consignment of millets grown in Himachal Pradesh and Uttarakhand was exported to Denmark. Banganapalli and Subarnarekha mangoes from Krishna and Chittoor districts of Andhra Pradesh are being exported to South Korea. Fresh jackfruits from Tripura were exported to London by air and for the first time, King Chilli from Nagaland was dispatched to London. Similarly, the first consignment of Bhalia wheat was exported from Gujarat to Kenya and Sri Lanka. Prime Minister stated that Made in India products are now more visible than ever before in foreign countries.

Modi has said that India has a great potential in this field and that farmers, artisans, weavers, engineers, small businessmen and the MSME sector are its true pillars. He added that it is only due to their hard work that the goal of exporting Indian products to the tune of $400 billion has been achieved.

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