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Vol. 12, Special Issue 6 (2023)

Export performance of agriculture commodities in post LPG reforms

Author(s):
Richa Khushwaha, Shivani Singh, Priyanka Sharma, Dr. Piyush Mehta and Dr. KK Raina
Abstract:
The primary driver of the Indian economy is agriculture, which also serves as a source of raw materials for the secondary sector. However, as agriculture's growth is slowing, research into agri-export is necessary. This study's goal is to assess the performance of agricultural export products following LPG reforms. Agri-export is the most underutilized area for raising farmer income, which would therefore reduce farmer suicide rates and eradicate poverty in India. The official APEDA website's secondary data has been taken. The mean of the 28 years of data, which were divided into three sup-periods, was used for analysis. While non-basmati rice, walnuts, lentils, and wheat have showed declines, commodities like buffalo meat, fresh onions, and basmati rice have all shown increases recently. The government must take a number of crucial steps to ensure that farmers receive a fair price for their produce by boosting exports of their goods.
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How to cite this article:
Richa Khushwaha, Shivani Singh, Priyanka Sharma, Dr. Piyush Mehta and Dr. KK Raina. Export performance of agriculture commodities in post LPG reforms. The Pharma Innovation Journal. 2023; 12(6S): 457-461.

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