Union government sets minimum export price of $800 per metric tonne for onions amid surging prices, to increase buffer
Union Ministry of Consumer Affairs, Food & Public Distribution notified a Minimum Export Price of $800 per Metric Ton for the export of onions
Indian Defence exports reach an all time high breaching Rs 16000 crore mark with a 23-fold increase in FY 22-23
The Indian indigenous defence industry has achieved the success in expanding exports with sale of major defence systems
Government of India notifies guidelines for halal certification of meat products: What it means, what the guidelines say and what Hindu orgs are saying
Commerce Ministry, Government of India, notified guidelines for halal certification of meat and meat products specifically for export purposes.
India dodges global economic slowdown, exports grew by 19.7% in April-August over the same period last year
Indian exports of merchandise grew by 17.7% April-August this year against same period last year, and overall exports grew by 19.7%
Export of broken rice banned by India: As media and politicians spread propaganda, here is how the move is necessary for India
Centre said that due to higher prices, poultry and animal husbandry industries are affected, and that's why export of broken rice is banned
Argentina expresses interest in buying Tejas fighter aircraft during EAM Jaishankar’s visit, bilateral trade in own currencies proposed
External Affairs Minister S Jaishankar confirmed that Argentina has shown interest in Tejas fighter aircraft for Argentine Air Force
Government of India refutes media reports claiming India planning to import wheat, says the country has sufficient stock
The Department of Food and Public Distribution clarified that there is no plan to import wheat as there is sufficient stock in India.
Russia and Ukraine sign deals with Turkey and UN to reopen Black Sea ports to resume export of food grains
Russia and Ukraine signed separate but identical deals with Turkey and UN that will allow them to export food grain
After restrictions imposed on wheat exports, the domestic prices of wheat have come down by 8 per cent.
Central govt relaxes export ban order on wheat: Registered consignments up to May 13 can be shipped, Egypt to get 61,500 MT Indian wheat
On May 17, Tuesday, the central government announced relaxations to its previous order restricting wheat exports.