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Best Growth Rate Wise Sorted Top 20 Products to Export in Angola  from India | Best Opportunities in Exports | Lime Institute


Here is the list of the Top 20 Products that you can consider exporting to Angola from India.

We have shortlisted these products for the highest percentage-wise growth rate exported in the past 4-5 years from India to Angola.

This way we are trying to help you to get on the correct track of Exports and Select only the best products for a particular country.

Here is the list of all 20 Products as we have shown you in the video:


  • 1 Rock-drilling or earth-boring tools, interchangeable, and parts therefor, with working parts …            38           1208
  • 2 Carboys, bottles, flasks and similar articles for the conveyance or packaging of goods, of …                867         837
  • 3 Bars and rods, of iron or non-alloy steel, only hot-rolled, only hot-drawn or only hot-extruded …         888         682
  • 4 Chemical products and preparations of the chemical or allied industries, incl. those consisting …            266         502
  • 5 Sanitary ware and parts thereof, of aluminium (excluding cans, boxes and similar containers …            11           437
  • 6 Woven cloth, incl. endless bands, of iron or steel wire (excluding stainless and woven products …         23           436
  • 7 Balls, needles and rollers for bearings (excluding steel balls of heading 7326)       12           403
  • 8 Laminated safety glass (excluding glass of size and shape suitable for incorporation in motor …            101         382
  • 9 Paper, paperboard, cellulose wadding and webs of cellulose fibres, in strips or rolls of a …                35           353
  • 10 Paints and varnishes, incl. enamels and lacquers, based on polyesters, dispersed or dissolved …            29           347
  • 11 Plants, parts of plants, incl. seeds and fruits, used primarily in perfumery, in pharmacy or …                11           321
  • 12 Tubes and pipes of refined copper            180         320
  • 13 Articulated link chain of iron or steel (excluding roller chain)         83           313
  • 14 Nails, tacks, staples, screws, bolts, nuts, screw hooks, rivets, cotters, cotter pins, washers …                5              313
  • 15 Parts of machinery for making up paper pulp, paper or paperboard, n.e.s.           238         308
  • 16 “Refined copper tube or pipe fittings “”e.g., couplings, elbows, sleeves”””             58           304
  • 17 Dishwashing machines (excluding those of the household type) 10           302
  • 18 Hard rubber, e.g. ebonite, in all forms, incl. waste and scrap; articles of hard rubber, n.e.s.                13           300
  • 19 Non-threaded articles, of iron or steel    20           287
  • 20 Jacks and hoists, hydraulic (excluding built-in jacking systems used in garages) 9              286


This video is a great example of highly valuable and crucial information that will help anyone who is a beginner or just started and getting their first few deals closed.

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