According to government’s data, India's exports declined 1.76 percent to $300.6 billion in 2012-13 and trade deficit widened to $190.91 billion, owing to lower demands in the US and European markets.
Despite being famous for its products throughout the country, the marble industry in the town of Ambaji, Gujarat, has failed to enter international markets.
Despite lacking in basic facilities, the fishery industry in Gudupahi, Odisha, is growing and making its mark in various other countries too, according to industrialists.
Despite selling its products in various western countries, the psyllium seed husk (isabgol) industry in the town of Unjha, Gujarat, lacks a brand image. This industry needs a lot of improvement to continue exporting its products, according to the industrialists.
The rechargeable torch industry in Indore, Madhya Pradesh, which has been supplying its products across the country, is looking for opportunities to enter international markets, according to manufacturers.
Lack of availability of raw cashewnuts and wastage during processing is hampering the smooth flow of work at the roasted cashew-manufacturing industry in West Bengal.
As your small business grows and your products/services gain acceptance in your place of origin, you might wish to introduce your firm to other geographical locations. These locations can either be within the country, in states different from your own, or other international markets.
Poor management skills have become a hurdle in the growth of the plastic industry in Ahmaedabad, Gujarat. There is also a lack of marketing knowledge among the small industrialists, which is causing the industry to lag behind, according to manufacturers.
Pakistan's exports to India in April-December 2012 grew by 66 percent over the same period in 2011, while India's exports to it increased by 16 percent, officials said Wednesday.
Lack of exposure to modern technology has become the biggest hurdle in the growth of the auto parts manufacturing sector industry in Jalandhar, Punjab, according to the manufacturers.