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Impact of Globalisation on the Marine Exports of India

Ramachandra Bhatta

Foreign Trade Review, 2002, vol. 37, issue 3-4, 3-31

Abstract: Marine fisheries are fast becoming an attractive and highly globalised sector of the world economy. The marine fisheries sector in India has grown from its subsistence level during the early 1950s to a major industry with a gross capital investment of around 42 mn. at 1995 price level. The paper makes an attempt to establish the growing potential exists in this sector and how this sector can be harnessed properly to raise its own marine exports. It suggests that countries like South East Asia and Middle East once accounted for negligible share of India's marine exports are emerging as major markets for marine products. Lastly, the paper provides some policy analysis and implications relating to this sector.

Date: 2002
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DOI: 10.1177/0015732515030301

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