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Mar 01, 2012
January exports up 10 percent, creates trade deficit of $14.8 billionIndian exporters enjoyed record growth last fiscal year, but have struggled in recent months in the face of sluggish growth in the United States and financial turbulence in the European Union, India's biggest trade partner.
Feb 21, 2012
India, China plan Iran oil cuts of 10 percent or moreIndia, China and Japan are planning cuts of at least 10 percent in Iranian crude imports as tightening US sanctions make it difficult for the top Asian buyers to keep doing business with the OPEC producer.
Feb 13, 2012
Rupee opens lower at 49.45, oil payments weighAt 9 am the rupee was at 49.45 to the dollar, compared with Friday's close of 49.40/41. Traders had expected the rupee to open around 49.52 to the dollar and move in a band of 49.36 to 49.81.
Dec 15, 2011
No change in petrol price today, review likely tomorrowState-owned oil companies will not change prices of petrol tonight as they have not yet got a very clear signal from the government on raising rates in line with international cost and fall in rupee.
Dec 13, 2011
Can RBI do anything to stop the rupee's slide?The government could do its bit and launch some big-bang reforms to kick start the economy, but after the retail FDI fiasco, hope seems to have been abandoned on that front.
Nov 10, 2011
India's imports are dropping off - sign of a further slowdownThe September numbers reflect the possibility that the recent subdued import numbers are due to a combination of factors: contained crude oil prices, a sharp rupee depreciation and softening domestic demand.
Nov 04, 2011
Petrol price hike to have some impact on inflation: PranabFinance Minister Pranab Mukherjee today said the recent hike in petrol prices will have some impact on inflation, which is currently hovering close to the double-digit mark.
Aug 12, 2011
Exports surge 82 percent to $29 billion in JulyThe sectors which did well during the April-July period include engineering at $31.6 billion, gems and jewellery at $12.8 billion, petroleum and oil products at $18.6 billion, and electronics at $3.72 billion.