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Export is very important for the growth of economy as it leads to the gaining of foreign exchange which helps in the growth of the economy. More growth of the economy leads to more prosperous nation. The main objective of the present study is to make a comprehensive analysis of India’s agricultural exports growth in the post-liberalization period. (i) To analyze the trends and growth rate of agricultural exports in India during 1991-92 to 2016-17. (ii) To examine the impact of post liberalization on agricultural exports in India. (iii) To identify the determinants of agricultural exports in India. The present study is based entirely on secondary data. The study focuses on the impact of post liberalization on agricultural exports in India. The data for this study have been collected from secondary sources of information mainly from the journals, international trade data source such as Directorate General of Commercial Intelligence and Statistics (DGCI&S), World Trade Organization Trade Statistics 2017, Hand Book of statistics on Indian Economy 2017-18, Reserve Bank of India (RBI), World Bank, United Nations Trade Data, Commodity Trade Statistics. United Nations Trade Data, Commodity Trade Statistics, World Bank database. The study used multiple regression model mainly for examining the impact of post liberalization on agricultural exports in India.
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