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In ODOP push, Centre asks states to onboard most products on GeM

G20 Presidency an opportunity to showcase ODOP products

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indian government | E-marketplace | G20 summit

Shreya Nandi  |  New Delhi 



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Products from the ODOP programme were used for the purpose of diplomatic gifting by Prime Minister Narendra Modi in the Group of Seven summit in June.

In an attempt to promote local artisans and give international visibility to their indigenous products, the Centre has asked states to onboard a large number of products from various emporia and artisans on the government’s public procurement portal — (GeM).

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First Published: Thu, November 17 2022. 20:15 IST

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