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Apr 13, 2018
Exports rise 9.78% in 2017-18, imports up 20%; trade deficit at $157 bnExports aggregated at $302.84 billion in 2017-18 as compared to $275.85 billion in the previous fiscal
Jan 16, 2018
Sensex, Nifty retreat from record highs on profit-booking, weak macroeconomic dataSensex after a higher start at 34,877.71, advanced to 34,936.03 in morning trade on continued buying by investors. However, across-the-board profit booking at record levels pulled it down to a low of 34,735.55 and finally settled 72.46 points, or 0.21 percent.
Dec 05, 2017
Foreign Trade Policy mid-term review: Exporters heave a sigh of relief; now for quicker GST refundsAccording to industry estimates, in four months since July when GST came into effect, “about Rs 40,000-50,000 crore” has been pending with the government in the form of GST refunds
Oct 21, 2017
Oil imports at record 4.83 million bpd, 4.2% more than previous year due to maintenance turnaroundDuring the first nine months of the year India’s oil imports rose 1.8 percent to about 4.4 million bpd, with most supplies coming from the Middle East, followed by Africa and Latin America.
Sep 15, 2017
Exports up 10.29% to $ 23.8 bn in August; trade deficit widens to $11.64 bnCumulative exports during April-August of 2017-18 rose by 8.57 percent to $118.57 billion
Aug 14, 2017
Export up 3.94% to $22.54 bn in July; trade deficit widens to $11.44 bnCumulative export during April-July of 2017-18 rose by 8.91 percent to $94.75 billion while import increased by 28.30 percent to $146.25 billion, leaving a trade deficit of $51.5 billion.
Jul 14, 2017
Export up 4.39% in June; trade deficit widens to $12.96 billionImport rose by 19 percent to US $36.52 billion in June from US $30.68 billion in the year-ago month due to rise in inward shipments of oil and gold.
Jun 08, 2017
4 reasons why RBI was right in snubbing govt and holding back an interest rate cutThe governor was right this week in staying clear of the rate cut the government wanted, and it is now out in the public that the monetary policy committee (MPC) even said no to a meeting with New Delhi's mandarins
May 16, 2017
Coal to be India's energy mainstay for next 30 years despite renewables push, says NITI reportBy 2047, however, coal's share of India's energy mix would shrink to 42-48 percent, from about 58 percent in 2015,
Apr 27, 2017
NITI Aayog supports local GM crops to prevent foreign monopoliesThe Policy Commission said in recommendations this week to the government that adopting new technology is one of the most important drivers of farm productivity.