Senior Research Fellow - Institute of South Asian Studies (ISAS), National University of Singapore
The paper analyses feasibility of three policy interventions for implementation in Andhra Pradesh for enhancing the competitiveness of its exports. Connecting to the ongoing coastal economic development strategy of the ‘Sagarmala’ project of Government of India, the interventions include development of an export-oriented apparel park; modernizing an existing port and linking it deeper to hinterland; and establishing facilities for certifying quality standards of seafood exports.
This paper examines the feasibility of three policy interventions for implementation in state of Rajasthan for enhancing the competitiveness of its exports. Rajasthan being a part of the transport connectivity landscape of the Delhi-Mumbai Industrial Corridor (DMIC), the interventions include development of an inland container depot and container terminal; a free trade warehousing zone (FTWZ); and scientific facilities for testing and certifying organic food exports.
The India Consensus is a partnership between Tata Trusts and the Copenhagen Consensus Center . The aim is to identify the smartest solutions to some of India's most pressing development challenges...
Rajasthan is the largest Indian state. It has a diversified economy, with mining, agriculture and tourism. Rajasthan has shown significant progress in improving governance and tackling corruption...
As a new state, Andhra Pradesh faces a bright future, but it is still experiencing many acute social and economic development challenges. It has made great strides in creating a positive environment...
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