Agri Exchange is the name given to the Trade portal. An attempt, first of its kind has been endeavored by APEDA, Govt. of India, where online trading is the specialty. In its stride, joint collaboration of UNCTAD and Ministry of Agriculture has given the portal a shape. Globally buyers and sellers in the Agri business world has been given a platform to offer negotiate and transact a deal. Apart from this, it has been loaded with latest statistics pertaining to India and the world.
Foundation of the portal has been developed on the statistics. Whichever country is in the Agri has been taken into account. Reliable data sources like UN Comtrade, FAO and DGCIS has been used. Regular updation related to the statistics is done. Up to date information on the 550 products (approx) related to APEDA and products does not falls under the purview of APEDA has been hosted. Information on the SPS Measures of different countries, MRLs, Country Profile, Service providers in the Agri export business and Market news has also became an integral part of the portal.
International trade is the exchange of raw materials, goods and services across the geographical borders of countries across the globe to utilize the comparative advantage of each country. International trade and economic growth have gained substantial importance with the introduction of trade liberalization policies in the developing nations across the world. Trade data shows fluctuations in trade volumes and trade flows both in case of regional and cross border trade. Trade information provides an idea about the overall performance of the world economy. Trade in agricultural products accounts for less than ten percent of world merchandise exports but is perhaps the most volatile of trade issues. Indian Agri Exchange gives country wise exporting data of Agriculture products and commodity wise also for Indian Agro products' exporters to make sense the International trade trend of Agro products to install awareness to gear their exposure towards Global.
The enlightened human race discovered the food value of wild plants, animals and domesticated and bred them over the last 10,000 years since agriculture began to develop. Over centuries, human societies and groups have developed taste and reception of food and largely depending on the availability of the same around their living clusters.
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