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National Foreign Trade Policy [unveiled]

New Delhi: The first ever National Foreign Trade Policy that would lay the roadmap for doubling India's share in the world trade will be unveiled by Commerce Minister Kamal Nath tomorrow. The policy, expected to contain far-reaching measures for large employment-generating export sectors like agriculture, textiles and handicrafts, will encompass EXIM policy as part of efforts to capture two per cent of global trade by pushing up annual exports to 150 billion dollar by 2010. Government has decided to continue with the popular export incentive Duty Entitlement Passbook Scheme till April 1, 2005.

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