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Exports leap 43 per cent to USD 35.65 billion in October, imports soar 62 per cent

India’s exports rose by 43 per cent to USD 35.65 billion in October whereas commerce deficit widened to USD 19.73 billion through the month, in keeping with the official information launched on Monday.

Imports soared by 62.51 per cent to USD 55.37 billion widening the commerce deficit.

Export sectors which recorded constructive progress throughout October embrace petroleum, espresso, engineering items, cotton yarn/fabs./made-ups, gems and jewelry, chemical compounds plastic and linoleum and marine merchandise, the information confirmed.

Cumulatively exports throughout April-October 2021 stood at USD 233.54 billion, which is a rise of 55.13 per cent in comparison with the identical interval final 12 months. Throughout the identical interval, imports rose by 78.16 per cent to USD 331.39 billion.

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