The government wants Indian toys to achieve both quality and competitiveness and is studying the kind of incentives required by the toy industry, a senior official said on Sunday.

Guruprasad Mohapatra, secretary of the Department for Promotion of Industry and Internal Trade, said that toys are a serious economic problem and that a very comprehensive master plan for toys has been prepared with various ministries and state governments involved. to promote the toy industry.

He was speaking during a webinar on Boosting Investment in India – Making India the Next Global Hub for Toy Manufacturing and Sourcing, during India Toy Fair-2021.

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