Strategic planning for enhancing exports, Microeconomics

Strategic Planning for Enhancing Exports:

Strategic Planning for Enhancing Exports need to be undertaken at the national level. It is necessary  to undertake a separate and detailed exercise for exports with respect to resources required, infrastructure development, technology upgradation and target products and customers. Such a plan should aim for more ambitious targets and, more importantly, try and define ways and means of achieving these.  

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