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IANS | 20 Sep, 2022
Commerce Minister Piyush Goyal on Tuesday urged upon the manufacturing sector, especially the micro, small, and medium enterprises (MSMEs), to ensure quality in their products.

Addressing the FICCI LEADS summit, he said that though India is a market leader in giving top quality products in various segments like auto, FMCG, hospitality and many others, it needs to enhance quality of products coming out of the FMCG sector.

"We need to come out of that export quality product mentality. Every product should have world class production quality," Goyal said, adding that if quality will not be good, then that industry will be out of the market.

He highlighted the fact that after quality control order was implemented in the toy sector, Indian toy industry has seen both domestic as well as international growth.

The minister sought industry's feedback on its single window clearance system, asking them to come out with suggestions if any improvements are required in the process.

He asked the industry to help achieve the government's $2 trillion goods and services target by 2030.
 
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