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PM Modi launches NIRYAT portal to access export records, inaugurates Vanajya Bhavan MPNRC

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Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Thursday 23 June launched the NIRYAT portal, which will dedicatedly deal with India’s import and export analysis. Modi said after launching the portal that the National Import-Export Record for Annual Analysis of Exports, or trade, has been launched by the government to provide important real-time data to all stakeholders. NIRYAT has been pegged as a one-stop platform for stakeholders by the Center for easy access to important information related to India’s foreign trade.

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The Prime Minister also inaugurated Vanajya Bhawan in New Delhi that day. Launching the NIRYAT portal, Modi said, “The government has been working towards ensuring ‘citizen-centred governance’ for the last eight years and today we have taken another important step in this direction. Modern commercial building and NIRYAT portal are being gifted. Union Commerce and Industry Minister Piyush Goyal was also present during the program.

“This new Vanijya Bhavan and NIRYAT portal represent our aspirations of a ‘Self-reliant India’. This will bring positive change in the field of trade and commerce especially for MSMEs,” PM Modi said after launching the NIRYAT portal.

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The NIRYAT portal aims to “further strengthen India’s financial sector in line with the 3Ts of trade, tourism and technology” as per the government.

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“Despite global disruptions last year, India exported a total of $670 billion- Rs 50 lakh crore. Exports are important for the progress of a country. Initiatives like ‘Vocal for Local’ have also boosted the country’s exports.

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