Piyush Goyal calls for taking India’s Share in Global Trade to 10 pc

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New Delhi: Minister of Commerce and Industry   Piyush Goyal has called for increasing India’s share in global trade to 10% and taking our share of exports in GDP to about 25%.

“These are ambitious targets, but I think doable,” said Shri Goyal, addressing the Closing session of the Post-Budget Webinar on ‘Make in India for the World’.

Piyush Goyal said the Prime Minister, in his Inaugural Address to the webinar, renewed emphasis to promote Manufacturing and make India self-sufficient, according to official release.

“Today other countries are also talking of programmes very similar to AatmaNirbhar Bharat. And I think there can be no better endorsement of the importance and the success of this vision than the fact that the world today wants to emulate the India story,” he said.

Union Minister called for taking India among the top 3 nations in Global Services Trade. He called for supporting MSMEs in foreign trade, besides creating Top 10 R&D labs/innovation centres to position ourselves as a leader in technology during the next 25 years as India embarks upon the Amrit Kaal towards [email protected]

“Let all of us become job creators, let all of us work towards strengthening India’s Manufacturing ecosystem in a collaborative approach, let’s all of us make India AatmaNirbhar,” he said.