A group of Chinese importers is visiting India as part of New Delhi’s efforts to promote Indian grapes in China and tap the country’s huge market.Export of Indian grapes to China almost doubled from $3.5 million in 2016 to $6.7 million last year.However, this is just one percent of total grapes imports in China of around $630 million and two percent of India’s total exports of the fruit of $300 million, an Indian Embassy statement said.Close In order to tap this huge market, Indian embassy in Beijing and its consulates in Guangzhou and Shanghai have taken up steps to promote Indian Grapes in China, which include organising a buyer-seller meet with support from the Agricultural and Processed Food Products Export Development Authority (APEDA), an agency under the Government of India’s Department of Commerce, in Mumbai. related news Swachh Survekshan League 2020: Indore cleanest city for 4th time in a row Kashmir: SMS facility for all mobile phones, internet services at govt hospitals from January 1 Trump says US-China trade deal will be signed on January 15 “Around 23 importers from China and over 100 Indian exporters participated in the Buyer Seller Meet which also laid an exhibition of products by… Read full this story
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