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Amazon pledges $20 billion in exports from India by 2025 –

Amazon said on Wednesday that it aims to export India’s $ 20 billion worth of goods by 2025, doubling its initial target of $ 10 billion in the same period as the e-commerce business group attracts more than 100,000 important export market exporters.

It took the company, which launched its export program Amazon Global Selling, 2015, three years after exporting $ 1 billion in domestic products, she said. It added $ 2 billion over the next 17 months, the company said in a video release Wednesday.

These exporters present millions of products made in India to customers all over the world through the 18 international Amazon websites of countries such as USA, UK, UAE, Canada, Mexico, Germany, Italy, France, Spain, Netherlands, Turkey , Brazil, Japan, Australia, and Singapore, ”the company said.

Shri Narayan Rane, Minister of the Association of Small and Medium Enterprises, said in a statement: “MSMEs are the backbone of the Indian economy, contributing to almost a third of India’s production and running almost Half of the country’s exports. Improving the export potential of Indian MSMEs is a priority for the government and efforts are being made to support Indian MSMEs to succeed in international markets. Amazon’s ongoing efforts to boost its MSME production share are commendable, and their promise to be able to generate $ 20 billion in exports by 2025 is a good time. “I would like to congratulate Amazon and all MSMEs for playing a key role in the export growth led by Aatmanirbhar Bharat.”

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