Speaking at a webinar organised by EXIM Bank, he said sectors which have potentials to become globally competitive are required to be identified.
"There is no need to segregate between products for exports and domestic sector. We require quality, good technology and scale, though some support may be needed at times," Goyal said.
Exports will definitely happen automatically if products are "good and competitively priced", the minister said, adding that the industries should not expect that subsidies will be the "only solution".
Speaking on the free trade agreements (FTAs), he said, "We have to foster such collaborations with the developed countries which have large markets, and not nations like Chile and Peru."
India can surely be part of the global supply chain and also a reliable partner, Goyal said, adding that "building capabilities, scale and good manufacturing practices are the need of the hour".
EXIM Bank Managing Director David Rasquinha said India's manufacturing and export sectors have to become globally competitive.
"Despite the growing private consumption demand, India's gross value added (GVA) has decreased. EXIM Bank has commissioned a study on the policy constraints faced by some sectors like textiles, apparel, automobile, electronics and pharmaceuticals," he added.
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