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Union Minister Piyush Goyal Unveils DGFT India’s E-Commerce Export Handbook for MSMEs in Delhi

Srinagar, Dec 28: In a significant move to empower Micro, Small, and Medium Enterprises (MSMEs) in the country, Union Minister of Commerce and Industry, Piyush Goyal, launched the Directorate General of Foreign Trade (DGFT) India’s E-Commerce Export Handbook. The launch event took place in Delhi and marked a pivotal step towards facilitating the growth of MSMEs in the e-commerce export sector.

The handbook, a comprehensive guide curated by DGFT, aims to streamline and simplify the export processes for MSMEs engaging in e-commerce. Minister Goyal, during the launch, emphasized the government’s commitment to promoting ease of doing business and fostering a conducive environment for small businesses to thrive in the global market.

Minister Goyal highlighted the handbook’s role in providing valuable insights, guidelines, and resources tailored to meet the specific needs of MSMEs venturing into international e-commerce.
He expressed optimism that this initiative would contribute to enhancing India’s export capabilities and further integrate MSMEs into the global trade ecosystem.

The E-Commerce Export Handbook covers key aspects such as regulatory requirements, documentation procedures, and best practices for MSMEs to effectively navigate the complexities of international trade. Minister Goyal urged entrepreneurs and stakeholders to leverage the handbook as a tool for expanding their market reach and maximizing export opportunities.

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