Gujarat, which accounts for about a quarter of India's total exports, is mulling a five-year export policy to focus on value-added exports in sectors such as textiles, agriculture and dairy.

The move by the top exporting state in the country comes on the back of sagging efforts by the centre to boost dwindling exports.

The first state in the country to have an export policy, Gujarat plans to increase the share of exports from the state from 25% to 30% in five years. Read More

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