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Export Led Growth in Agriculture and Food Industry in India

Praveen Jyoti () and Dr. Neha Sharma ()
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Praveen Jyoti: Head, Department of Commerce, N. A. S. College, Meerut, U. P.
Dr. Neha Sharma: HOD, Department of BBA and B. Com., Shree Karni College, Jaipur, Rajasthan

Journal of Commerce and Trade, 2014, vol. 9, issue 1, 53-63

Abstract: There are many contributors in the growth of a country such as export, employment, investment, well established infrastructure, govt. policies, globalization, education, etc. Among all these contributors export is a very main contributor. India is an agriculture based country. Most of the population is based on agriculture. So for the growth and development of our country government should think about the rate of export in agricultural products. Because this is a very important sector which plays an important role in growth of economic development of India. The report begins with an overview of the agriculture and food industry. It provides an introduction to the market and includes information regarding growth in agriculture, foodconsumption levels as well as the primary factors leading to a growing industry. The value chain in the market has beenhighlighted and includes the major sectors in the market. We have also discuss the factors which can limit the rate ofeconomic growth. The agencies of public sector housing finance companies, Private sector housing companies and banks are competitors in housing finance market. Every citizen of the country dreams of having his own house. It is the bounden duty of the government to provide house to the houseless. Considering the paramount importance of housing, government no doubt considered.

Keywords: Export; Employment; Investment; Well established infrastructure; Govt. policies; Globalization; Education (search for similar items in EconPapers)
JEL-codes: E58 (search for similar items in EconPapers)
Date: 2014
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