Foreign Trade News
Egypt is looking to import 1 million tonne of wheat from India and would need 2,40,000 tonne in April
Modi posted a graphics of India achieving the highest ever exports target nine days ahead of the intended deadline.
Russia and Ukraine have a small share in India’s foreign trade and this conflict may not impact us much, except in pharmaceuticals and sunflower oil refining industry. The rising crude oil prices may, however, spoil India’s party.
The curbs will be imposed on TV sets of screen size ranging from up to 36 cm to over 105 cm.
RBI monetary policy: Central bank extends Rs 15,000-cr credit line to EXIM Bank to help revive sagging foreign trade
The Reserve Bank on Friday announced a Rs 15,000-crore line of credit to the Export-Import Bank of India, to help the sagging foreign trade
India's exports rose for the first time in seven months in February growing by 2.91 percent to $27.65 billion, according to the commerce ministry data released on Friday
The size of the UK economy is $2.83 trillion and that of France is $ 2.71 trillion
Budget 2020: Govt likely to restore 2% additional duty incentive on mobile phones export; notification may be issued soon
The India Cellular and Electronics Association (ICEA) had written to the government expressing disappointment on the reduction of the incentive, saying it will lead to massive job losses.
Exports decline 6% to $26 bn, imports fall 13% to 39.6 bn; trade deficit narrows: Commerce ministry data
India's exports dropped by 6.05 percent to $26.13 billion in August compared to the year-ago month, official data released on Friday showed
Commerce ministry to soon seek Cabinet nod for Multi-Modal Transportation of Goods Bill: Piyush Goyal
Multi-modal transportation includes a combination of more than one mode of movement, such as rail, road or sea, for end-to-end delivery of goods
India's exports grew by 2.25 percent to $26.33 billion in July, government data showed on Wednesday
Economic slowdown: Why there will be no honeymoon period, no scope for window dressing for India’s next government
Slowing vehicle sales, muted consumer spending, low retail loan outflow and struggling factory output are indicating a worrying trend of an economic slowdown in Asia’s third-largest economy.
India's export growth slid to a four-month low of 0.64 percent in April as shipments of engineering goods, gems and jewellery, leather and other products declined, widening the trade deficit to a five-month high, official data released on Wednesday showed
Exports up 3.74% to $26.4 bn in January on higher growth in gems and jewellery, pharma; trade deficit narrows
The country's exports grew 3.74 percent to $26.36 billion in January on account of growth in sectors such as gems & jewellery, pharmaceuticals and chemicals, according to data from the commerce ministry
Exports up marginally to $28 bn in December on slump in engineering, gems and jewellery sector growth; gold imports decline
The country's exports grew marginally by 0.34 percent to $27.93 billion in December 2018 on account of negative growth in sectors such as engineering and gems & jewellery, according to a commerce ministry data
The deficit widened despite a steep decline of 15.6 percent in gold imports at $2.75 billion during the month under review.
Remembering TN Srinivasan: A towering figure in Indian economics who embraced 1991 liberalisation with passion
Srinivasan will definitely be remembered for his contribution to the opening up of the economy, though admittedly a lot of what has happened is due to external pressure (IMF) or political dictum.
World Bank ease of doing business ranking: Good show, but stagnant investment rate in economy is a concern
Improvement in rank means the cost of doing business is lower now.
Exports enter negative zone after five months, decline 2.15% in September; trade deficit at $13.98 bn
Trade deficit stood at $94.32 billion in the first six months of the current fiscal.
Commerce Minister Suresh Prabhu has asked Indian businesses to carry out a market study to identify priority areas for expanding cooperation with Kenya, as the country eyes fresh avenues to boost bilateral trade with the African nation