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Indian Foreign Trade on Natural Cellulosic Jute Fibre Products
Satya Narayan Bag*
Principal, AMS College of Polytechnic, Rangapur, Barrackpur, 24 Pgs (N), West Bengal, India
*Corresponding author
Abstract:

Jute is Natural Biodegradable Fibre and has great Economic value next to Cotton. Fibre Contains α and β Cellulose with Lignin, a Complex compound. Jute mainly grows in highly rainfalls areas, like India, Bangladesh, Nepal, and Myanmar. A large number of people in such countries are now involved from Cultivation of Fibre to Finished goods production and Marketing process. World Jute goods Consumption are now increasing due to Eco friendly Nature of Fibre. India is the Largest Manufacturer and Exporter of Jute goods. Jute is not only used as Packaging Materials, but also used for various purposes. For example, Wall Coverings, Carpets, Gift Items, Geo Textiles, Hands & Shopping Bags, Handicrafts Jute products and many. Analysis has been shown that such products have great demand in International Market. USA, UK, Australia, Arabian and South African countries are now leading buyers of such Indian Products. High prospects and great scope of Jute Industry has taken leading role for foreign currency earning and economic development of India. People of different corner of world are now realized that to keep the Environment Clean and Pollution free, Natural Jute Fibre products are now very urgent.

Keywords: Cellulose, Exporter,Manufacturer, Jute Products,Eco-Friendly.
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How to cite this article:

Satya Narayan Bag. 2017. Indian Foreign Trade on Natural Cellulosic Jute Fibre ProductsInt.J.Curr.Res.Aca.Rev. 5(4): 36-48
doi: https://doi.org/10.20546/ijcrar.2017.504.007