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Foreign Secy Shringla outlines India’s aim to target USD 400 billion exports for 2021-22

Indian Foreign Secretary Harsh Vardhan Shringla announced on November 24, Wednesday that India has established an ambitious benchmark of USD 400 billion in exports for the years 2021-22 for developing the three ‘T sectors’: trade, tourism, and technology. These remarks by Shringla came during the Indian Chamber of Commerce’s Annual Session in Kolkata, which was themed ‘Bharat@75: Empowering India: Today for Tomorrow.’ 

“An ambitious target of USD 400 billion of exports has been set up for the year 2021-22. The business of Indian diplomacy is, thus, business. We at the Ministry of External Affairs stand ready to help Indian businesses in any way we can,” citing Shringla’s comments, ANI reported. Foreign Secretary even added that Prime Minister Narendra Modi has issued precise guidelines during his recent meeting with Heads of Indian Missions Abroad and stakeholders in commerce and industry, on how the work will be done in promoting the three Ts (trade, tourism, and…

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