Bharat Global Trade Forum
India is pushing forth policies and bringing regulatory changes, to enable, SME growth and bring forth an ease of business. To become a global hub, Infrastructure development is one of the most important, contributing to logistics support, good port network and following a multi-model developmental phase.
The WTO now expects that the global trade in merchandise will grow just 0.8% in 2023, down from its earlier forecast of 1.7%. It is still expecting a stronger performance in 2024, with its projection of 3.3% growth remaining unchanged.
The summit aims to tackle topics related to the challenges, that are inherent to becoming a global trade hub, like optimizing access to adequate trade & supply chain financing solutions and fostering confidence for new trade partners via availing credit insurance and mitigating risk factors.