JAIPUR: The State Government has announced to set up Rajasthan Export Promotion Council which would facilitate the local exporters to obtain certificate of origin, registration and membership acknowledgements for which they are now going to Delhi, said State Industries Minister Rajpal Singh Shekhawat on the side-lines of the first MSME day being celebrated in the State.
He further added that the Chief Minister has also taken a decision to create an Exports Promotion Bureau to address the concerns of the exporters.
The Government is also planning to set up multiple State Facilitation councils having legal experts, arbitrators. This is expected to solve lot of payment disputes. The State Government has also finalised the export policy which will be announced soon. "We have made certain changes to the draft guidelines. The policy which aims to double the exports from the Current Rs 36,000 crotre to 72,000 crore will be announced in a month or so," added Shekhawat. MSMEs comprise 90% of the State's industry and they are the major job generators. "MSMEs are the key to make growth inclusive. When we strive to have growth with a human face, we cannot ignore the MSMEs. This has been the trend world over, be it Japan or China," explain the Minister.