New Delhi: NITI Aayog yesterday released Export Preparedness Index 2022 report in New Delhi. According to the report, coastal states have performed well with states of Tamil Nadu, Maharashtra, Karnataka, and Gujarat being the top performers. The report states that the higher average of coastal states represents their better preparedness and higher contribution to national export.
About the policy ecosystem, the report states that states are adopting the necessary policy measures in their states. It said, 73 percent of districts in the country have an export action plan, and over 99 percent are covered under the One District One Product scheme. It states that 100 districts in the country are

responsible for nearly 87 percent of the country’s export. 

Highlighting the lack of adequate transport connectivity, the report mentions that the absence of air connectivity hampers the movement of goods across regions especially in the landlocked states.
The report recommended that for the states which are lagging in terms of export commission, the central government should extend support to enable them to build the necessary ecosystem to facilitate their export. It is also recommended that Indian states need to invest in research and development for developing market-specific products and improving product quality.

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