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As a part of bilateral deal, India has agreed to allow import of pork and pork products from the US. The deal would also facilitate for exporting Indian mangoes and pomegranate to the US.
World Largest pork producer of pork
In 2020, US was the third-largest pork producer and second-largest exporter, worldwide, Global sales of these products valued at 7.7billion.Intheyear2021,USexportedaround1.6 billion of agricultural products to India.
Export of Mangoes
Under the bilateral trade deal, India will start exporting mangoes. Export will start with Alphonso variant to the US in March, 2020. Under the signed framework agreement, both the countries will follow a joint protocol on irradiation for mango & pomegranate exports from India to the US and import of Alfalfa hay and cherries from the US.
In the financial year 2018, India had exported 800 MT of mangoes to US. Mangoes were worth $2.75 million, in terms of value. In FY19, 951 MT mangoes and in FY20, 1095 MT mangoes were exported. As per estimates, export of mangoes in 2022 is likely to surpass the figures in 2019-20.
India-US Bilateral Trade
Bilateral trade between India and US was at USD 88.75 billion in 2019-20. USA is among few countries with which India maintain a trade surplus. The trade surplus with USA increased to USD 17.42 billion in 2019-20, as compared to 16.86 billion in 2018-19. India was sixth largest supplier of services imports for USA, because of India’s large market, economic growth, and progress towards development.
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