By Fernando Posadas Pas*
India is one of the largest economies in the World; however, much smaller economies such as South Korea, Singapore, Netherlands or Hong Kong have larger trade flows by value. The reason is that India still has significant tariff and non-tariff barriers that limit its trade with the world.
In order to understand India’s current limitations and identify untapped opportunities, ‘India Trade Report’ tries to answer questions such as: what are India’s current trade flows and main trade partners? How is India in terms of trade policies and current trade patterns compared with the rest of the world? What are the most problematic factors for India’s trade? What are India’s main trade barriers? What are the necessary procedures to import? Then we conclude with a brief analysis of India’s further trade facilitation.
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* The Author is Research Intern and student at Columbia University