Amazon said on Wednesday that it aims to export $20 billion in locally produced Indian goods by 2025, more than doubling its initial goal of $10 billion set for the same time frame, as the e-commerce giant attracts over 100,000 exporters in the key overseas market.
According to the company, it took three years to reach $1 billion in exports from the country. The last $2 billion was added in just 17 months, according to a virtual event held on Wednesday. The company stated that it is on track to reach $5 billion in cumulative exports from India. According to the company, it has enabled Indian merchants to sell to customers worldwide via Amazon's 18 international websites, including those in the United States, United Kingdom, Canada, Mexico, Germany, Spain, Australia, and France.