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

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


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

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

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:

  • Household refrigerators, absorption-type
  • Aluminum oxide (excluding artificial corundum)
  • Amino-resins, in primary forms (excluding urea resins, thiourea resins, and melamine resins)
  • Plywood consists solely of sheets of wood lesser than or equal to 6 mm thick, with at least one outer ply of tropical
  • Semi-finished products of stainless steel (excluding of rectangular (other than square)
  • Anti-oxidizing preparations and other compound stabilizers for rubber or plastics
  • Wire of nickel alloys (excluding electrically insulated products)
  • Woven fabrics of cotton, containing predominantly, but lesser than 85% cotton by weight, other than those …
  • “D-glucitol “”sorbitol”
  • Antisera and other blood fractions and immunological products, whether or not modified or obtained
  • Fresh or dried almonds in shell
  • Articles of cellular rubber, n.e.s.
  • Locks used for furniture, of base metal
  • Tubes, pipes, and hollow profiles, of cast iron
  • Parts of automatic goods-vending machines, incl. money-changing machines, n.e.s.
  • “Compression-ignition internal combustion piston engine “”diesel or semi-diesel engine”
  • Paints and varnishes, incl. enamels and lacquers, based on polyesters, dispersed or dissolved
  • Semi-finished products of iron or non-alloy steel containing, by weight, lesser than 0,25% of carbon,
  • “Single cotton yarn, of uncombed fibers, containing greater than or equal to 85% cotton by weight and with a linear …


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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