India’s exports rose by 5.17 per cent year-on-year to USD 25.9 billion in April on back of good show by sectors like engineering, pharmaceutical and chemicals, according to the commerce ministry data.
Imports during the month were valued at USD 39.6 billion, up 4.6 per cent over April 2017.
The gap between imports and exports or trade deficit was marginally higher at USD 13.7 billion during April 2018 compared to USD 13.24 billion in April 2017, the data showed. Read More
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