The upliftment of the worldwide view, there are a few government schemes under which a skilled workforce and cheap labour are the primary areas to work on, but the focus of these schemes is to develop the manufacturing section. And India’s manufacturing export showed a 40 per cent rise in FY22 on year; it is expected to hit a record $418 billion.
India is expecting to raise their manufacturing exports upto $1 trillion by FY28, and as per analysts, this growth may be seen in selective sectors only.
According to global consultancy firm Bain & Company reports, chemical industries exports are estimated to grow at a CAGR of 19- 23 per cent, or nearby $110- $130 billion by FY28, which will help owe the low cost of manufacturing and rising investments.
It is also mentioned in the report that “India’s strength is the pharmaceutical industry, which is coupled with latest factors like incentivization under PLI (Production Linked Incentive) schemes, along with robust Capex and PE/VC investments with 100 per cent FDI and rising the labour charges in other competing countries like China will going to propel the growth.”