The overall objective of this document is to review the provisions of the India-ASEAN free trade agreement and the exports and imports of goods between the two sides. This should lead to a better understanding of research issues related to structural changes in exports and imports from India and ASEAN, particularly after the creation of the ASEAN-India Free Trade Agreement. This document also aims to provide an analysis of the Indian trade direction with ASEAN. The study concludes that almost all ASEAN countries use the free trade agreement route to trade with India. India`s export baskets have not changed, even after the creation of the ASEAN-India Free Trade Agreement, but import baskets underwent structural changes during the 2000-2014 period. Imports also grew faster than exports during the period analyzed. India`s main exports are Malaysia, Singapore and Vietnam, while Indonesia, Malaysia and Singapore are the main sources of imports. Many of these countries enjoy greater productivity in the agricultural sector, with their agricultural production integrated into a more capitalist mode of production. The study finds that the lists are not compiled with scientific impact analysis techniques, in which the non-agricultural community, largely represented by the organization in this area during trade negotiations, will help them to put their products on the lists they face. ASEAN-India Comprehensive Agreement on Economic Cooperation Ministry of Trade and Industry, Government of India,[URL] commerce.gov.intradeaseanindia%20trade%20in%20in%20in%20in%20fagrement.pdf Export Import Data Bank – Ministry of Commerce and Industry, Government of India,  URL www.commerce.nic.in/eidb/ Pant, Manoj, and Amitdh Sauk. (2009), “Does Regionalism Hinder Multilateralism: A Case Study of India.” Journal of Economic Integration Vol.
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