India Govt. to look at stimulus for weak export sectors in April

New Delhi, Feb 18 (Calcutta Tube) The government Thursday said it would take a call after the budget on providing a stimulus package for various export commodities which continued to fare poorly.

‘We will provide internal stimulus to those exports which are making losses only after the budget,’ commerce secretary Rahul Khullar told reporters here while releasing a study on the various aspects of the World Trade Organisation (WTO) talks.


‘We will again decide on the various export sectors which continue to be in the red later in April this year,’ said Khullar.


The secretary added that the WTO talks were moving at a ‘very slow’ pace and hoped that the member countries would take it forward this year.


He later said that a series of books which have various aspects related to WTO will help reach out to the common man at large and make this complex subject easy to understand.


‘Two-three years from now, the WTO issue will be a lively issue.’

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