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India Aims to Strengthen Quality Infrastructure for Better Exports

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India Aims to Strengthen Quality Infrastructure for Better Exports
India Aims to Strengthen Quality Infrastructure for Better Exports

New Delhi: The global trade research initiative (GTRI), an economic think tank, claims that the Indian government is working to raise the calibre of products produced and exported from the nation.

In an analysis that was made public on Friday, GTRI suggested actions to improve the calibre of Indian goods and increase their export competitiveness. These actions included implementing risk-based laws, implementing international standards, and building new infrastructure.

The research also recommended mutual recognition agreements with trading partners, regulatory effect evaluations, adopting globally acceptable standards, preventing quality control orders from becoming non-tariff obstacles, and supporting small and medium-sized businesses.

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The study is released at the same time that India has recently issued more than 140 CROs (compulsory registration orders) and QCOs (quality control orders) covering over 550 items.

These directives seek to encourage home production of superior items intended for export and to reduce the importation of inferior goods.

According to Ajay Srivastava, the founder of GTRI, “issuing over 140 QCOs covering over 550 products in the past 7 years has created challenges for firms and government agencies alike.” “This calls for an urgent need to upgrade India’s quality infrastructure.”

Adopting and coordinating Indian standards with foreign ones, such as ISO and IEC, is one of the main recommendations.

The report also recommends that the Bureau of Indian Standards (BIS) pursue international accreditation for certifications, that small and medium-sized businesses be given financial support and technical assistance to help them comply with QCOs and CROs, and that regulatory impact assessments be carried out to make sure regulations are both effective and not onerous.

Furthermore, it suggests that in order to promote more seamless international trade, mutual recognition agreements be signed with significant trading partners.

“Implementing these recommendations will improve quality systems in India, reduce the burden on small firms, and enhance the global competitiveness of Indian industries,” said Srivastava.

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