ENQUBE Collaborations, a think tank and multidisciplinary public policy organisation focused on independent, high-quality research, will host a virtual webinar on “The Changing Landscape of India’s Exports: Good to Great” on Saturday from 4 to 6 p.m. in collaboration with the Export Credit Guarantee Corporation of India (ECGC).
Despite the fact that India is witnessing a V-shaped recovery, the trade imbalance has increased dramatically. There seems to be light at the end of the tunnel as money is pumped into the European Credit Guarantee Corporation (ECGC) and commercial banks use digital banking and value-added services to tap into the large base of exporters and importers involved in cross-border trade. On the other side, India’s withdrawal from the RCEP deal remains a contentious issue, while it is expected The Prime Minister will formally sign the India-UAE free trade agreement in January.
In a discussion with TheSMEIndia.com, M. Narendra, Advisor EnQUBE, and Former CMD Indian Overseas Bank stated, “India’s Exports has already reached a level of US$ 262billion so far in the current year as against the target of US$ 400 billion. The webinar on Changing Landscape of India’s Exports- Good to Great along with ECGC will bring on positive factors for India to reach not only the target set for the current year but also aim at crossing US$ 500 billion at the earliest with the momentum gained. We have excellent speakers from different segment of Exports to give their views on this direction”.
The dynamics of India’s exports, the role of the government and promotion councils in India’s export development, and measures to diversify export product bases and reach in new markets. The role of the PLI scheme in encouraging exports, the role of ESG in global and Indian exports, the ramifications of India’s withdrawal from the RCEP agreement, the future landscape of MSME export companies following capital infusion into ECGC, and any additional difficulties and solutions for SMEs will also be discussed
Mahalingam G, Ex-Wholetime Member of SEBI will be the Guest of Honour with Sunil Joshi, ED, ECGC, Dharmakirti Joshi, Chief Economist, CRISIL, Rajeev Arora, CGM, SBI, Ajay Sahai, DG & CEO, Federation of Indian Exports Organisation (FIEO), Pankaj Kalani, Chairman, Project Export Promotion Council, SVP, KEC International, Avinash Gupta, MD & CEO, Dun & Bradstreet, Partha Roy Chowdhury, CFO, Laxmi Organic Industries Ltd and Venkat Thiagarajan – Chairman, SYFX Treasury Foundation will be the key speakers during the event and the session will be moderated by Narendra M Former CMD Indian Overseas Bank.
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