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Demonetisation: Despite hardships, industry believes good days are ahead

Updated : Nov 25, 2016

By : Kangkan Acharyya

Category : Business

Demonetisation: Despite hardships, industry believes good days are ahead

Despite faced with hardships, several industries in India feel demonetisation will have positive effects on the economy #Business #NewsTracker #manufacturing #exports #Commerce #Indian industry and commerce #demonetisatin #Punjab Haryana Delhi Chambers of Commerce
Exports up 9.59% in October; trade deficit widens to 10-month high

Updated : Nov 16, 2016

By : PTI

Category : Business

Exports up 9.59% in October; trade deficit widens to 10-month high

Exports of engineering products rose by 13.86 percent, gems and jewellery by 21.84 percent, petroleum by 7.24 percent and chemicals by 6.65 percent during the month compared to the same month last year #NewsTracker #Petroleum #exports #imports #Engineering #Trade Deficit #gems & jewellery
Don't fall for false nationalism; India in no position to ban Chinese imports

Updated : Oct 18, 2016

By : Sindhu Bhattacharya

Category : Business

Don't fall for false nationalism; India in no position to ban Chinese imports

Instead of targeting sale of small-value Diwali items imported from China, India should be looking to demand greater market access for some of its exports to China #Diwali #exports #India-China trade #CAIT #trade balance #Chinese imports ban
Govt may soon announce defence orders worth Rs 50,000 cr: Parrikar

Updated : Oct 12, 2016

By : PTI

Category : Business

Govt may soon announce defence orders worth Rs 50,000 cr: Parrikar

During the past 23 months the government has signed contracts worth Rs 2.2 trillion #FDI #exports #Manohar Parrikar #defence contracts
Too big a trade partner: Why Indian politicians' call to boycott Chinese goods will fail

Updated : Oct 12, 2016

By : IndiaSpend

Category : India

Too big a trade partner: Why Indian politicians' call to boycott Chinese goods will fail

Indian politicians are currently leading a campaign to boycott Chinese goods. But an IndiaSpend analysis shows why this will fail: China is India's largest trade partner, a sixth of India’s imports are Chinese, up from a tenth in 2011-12, while India’s exports to its rival have halved over the same period. #India #China #NewsTracker #Mumbai #exports #imports #Janata Dal United #Global oil prices #trade partner
Exports growth may be slow, but steady in coming months: Nirmala Sitharaman

Updated : Oct 10, 2016

By : PTI

Category : Business

Exports growth may be slow, but steady in coming months: Nirmala Sitharaman

Exports were in negative zone between December 2014 and May 2016 due to weak global demand and slide in oil prices #oil prices #Petroleum #Nirmala Sitharaman #exports #Balance of trade #import #commerce ministry #contraction
Current account deficit narrows to $300 million in Q1 on massive import contraction

Updated : Sep 21, 2016

By : PTI

Category : Business

Current account deficit narrows to $300 million in Q1 on massive import contraction

The current account deficit (CAD) narrowed sharply to just USD 300 million, or 0.1 per cent of GDP, in the June quarter, driven by lower trade deficit on deeper import contraction, the Reserve Bank said today. #RBI #NewsTracker #Current Account Deficit #exports #imports #Trade Deficit #Balance of payments #CAD #Q1 #Apr-Jun quarter #services receipts
India's August trade deficit at $7.67 billion falls 38% on-year

Updated : Sep 15, 2016

By : IANS

Category : Business

India's August trade deficit at $7.67 billion falls 38% on-year

India's trade deficit in August this year at $7.67 billion witnessed a 38 per cent fall compared to the same month last year at $12.40 billion, commerce ministry data showed on Thursday. #crude oil #NewsTracker #fiscal deficit #exports #imports #commerce ministry #foreign trade
Commerce ministry for better exchange rate policy to boost exports

Updated : Sep 15, 2016

By : PTI

Category : Business

Commerce ministry for better exchange rate policy to boost exports

Worried over continuous slowdown in exports, the Commerce Ministry is pressing for better exchange rate policy, alignment of freight rates with global standards and a liberalised visa regime to boost shipments. #finance ministry #Rupee #NewsTracker #Exchange rate #exports #commerce ministry
Rupee falls below 67 on report commerce ministry calls for devaluation; govt denies

Updated : Sep 15, 2016

By : FP Staff

Category : Business

Rupee falls below 67 on report commerce ministry calls for devaluation; govt denies

The Indian rupee fell below 67 to the dollar on Thursday after a television channel reported that the commerce ministry will propose a devaluation in the unit to the government to promote dwindling exports. #finance ministry #Rupee #NewsTracker #Government #Nirmala Sitharaman #exports #commerce ministry #Devaluation