Automotive Tyre Manufacturers' Association representing the Rs 50,000 crore automotive tyre industry has sought policy level changes for a "level playing field" and to "propel exports", a top official said. "We welcome competition. But, what we want is suitable policies that will give us a level playing field. On exports, let me make it simple. Give me a policy that will double my exports" ATMA Chairman, Satish Sharma said. Currently there has been increased "competition" from number of serious players in the industry who have also set up manufacturing facilities in India, he said. On the exports front, he said automotive tyre exports has "potential" to double it in "three year time". "Right now, they (export contribution) is at 15 per cent of the total automobile industry. We think exports has the potential to double (30 per cent) in three year time", Sharma who also heads, Apollo Tyres Ltd as President, Asia Pacific, Middle East and Africa, said. Asked on how much would be job creation if there is a boost to tyre exports, he said, "it (automobile tyre) is an industry which can give huge amount of jobs that includes supply chain."