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224% business growth for Indian exporters on Amazon in 2017
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Indian merchants selling goods to international markets through Amazon's global selling programme (GSP) witnessed a 224 per cent growth last year, according to the company, which recently claimed that more than 32,000 sellers in India are shipping over 90 million products to customers in countries like the United States, Mexico, Spain and Japan.

India has immense manufacturing strength in categories like clothing, leather products, gems and jewellery that account for the majority of demand abroad, Amazon India general manager and director (seller services) Gopal Pillaisaid recently while launching the company's Export Digest 2017 report.

The report includes insights into growth of Indian exporters selling globally and popular product categories offered by Indian exporters abroad.

India’s north-zone saw 114 per cent growth in exporters selling globally, followed by the west zone (112 per cent), south (81 per cent) and east (74 per cent). Delhi, Rajasthan, Maharashtra, Gujarat and Uttar Pradesh emerged as the states with most international exporters, a news agency reported citing the document.

Home decor, dinnerware and copper mugs, ethnic wear and women's apparel had witnessed a huge demand from international customers across markets. (DS)

Fibre2Fashion News Desk – India


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