With the global pandemic still powering through may, its not all bad news for the Indian economy and the export industry. While the effects of COVID-19 are still severe in most regions, especially in economic superpowers like Europe and the United States of America. India has started the export of rice, dairy, and other processed foods after being
approved by the central government. However, transportation and packaging may still be a problem given the recent COVID-19 outbreak. The Union Agriculture Ministry stated that exporters; problems will be resolved by the farm export promotion body Agricultural and Processed Food Products Export Development Authority (APEDA).
India, being one of the lesser affected countries by the pandemic has the upper hand of sorts. As one of the largest producers of these goods and the other world superpowers out of the way, India can become an export giant. India has already exported tonnes of wheat and other grains to Afghanistan, Lebanon, and others on specific demand. Because of this surge in demand, more businessmen and traders of the state will be essential. For these businessmen, the Global Federation of Entrepreneurs (GFE) has started centers in India to work on import-export training and networking.
Now, GFE is spreading its wings across the globe. Recently, for one of its online training programs, clients from Bangladesh, Dubai, Oman, Pakistan, Qatar, and US joined expressed their interests for future programs. With this GFE has is planning more centers globally. At GFE the businessmen of the state will familiarize with ways of import and export. In addition to this, with the central government stepping in, India could aim to be the biggest exporter of rice, groundnut, poultry, dairy, and other organic foods. In addition to this, with the central government stepping in, India could aim to be the biggest exporter of rice, groundnut, poultry, dairy, and other organic foods.