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India's Trade Deficit -Q1FY23 - A Brief Overview

 India's Trade Deficit - Q1FY23 - A Brief Overview The Nation's Trade Deficit stood at USD 30 Billion at the end of July 2022. Imports were increased by 43 Percent and the Exports increased by 2.5 Percent. The Export volume was USD 66.27 Billion and the Imports at USD 36.27 Billion. Generally, the gap between Exports and Imports is called as Trade Deficit (EXIM) or Balance of Trade. India's Major imports are Mineral Fuels, Oil, Iron and Steel, Pearls, Precious Stones and Jewellery. Exports include Petroleum products, Jewellery, Vehicles, Grains, Machinery, Pharmaceutical products and Chemicals. In terms of Imports, we mostly get Goods and Services from China. In the year 2021, China were contributed 16 Percent of India's Total Imports, followed by 7.6 Percent from the United Arab Emirates(UAE) and 7.3 Percent from the United States.  It is noteworthy that China's contribution alone is about USD 87.50 Billion. We are getting Electrical and Electronic Equipment, Machi

India Trade deficit slipped to USD 9.6 Billion in February 2019

India Trade deficit slipped to USD 9.6 Billion in February 2019 India's Balance of Trade were improved in the month of February 2019, as the trade deficit slipped to USD 9.6 Billion. This is the lowest trade deficit Since September 2017. In the year 2018, for the same period it was seen that the trade deficit were at USD 12.3 Billion. Mostly, the export numbers were driven by Engineering goods, Drugs and Pharmaceuticals. In the Balance of Trade for India, the exports were increased by 2.4 percent year on year to USD 26.7 Billion. The Drugs and Pharmaceuticals holding with 16.1 percent and the Engineering goods of 1.7 percent in the Exports. On the same time, the Import numbers were declined by 5.4 percent to USD 36.3 Billion, which was a positive sign for the Country (26.7 Billion - 36.3 Billion = -9.6 Billion) - Trade deficit. For the imports, it was driven by Gold, Oil and Electronic goods in the last month. The Gold imports were declined by -10.8 percent. The decline in Oil impo

India Trade deficit fell to USD 14.73 Billion in January 2019

India Trade deficit fell to USD 14.73 Billion in January 2019 The Country's Trade deficit fell to USD 14.73 Billion in the last month, Exports were grew by 3.74 percent to USD 26.36 Billion. The Export numbers mostly driven by Chemicals, Pharmaceuticals, Ready made garments, Gems and Jewellery and the Engineering Goods. The Sale of Chemicals were increased by 15.56 percent, Pharmaceuticals by 15.2 percent, Ready made garments were at 9.33 percent, Gems and Jewellery by 6.67 percent and Engineering Goods by 1.07 percent growth in the Exports. Imports in the last month January 2019, were stood at USD 41.09 Billion. India's trade deficit were also decreased to USD 14.73 Billion. The Trade deficit of during the same period in the year of 2018, was seen at USD 15.67 Billion. The Import of Gold rose by 38 percent to USD 2.31 Billion. Last year in the January 2018, the Gold import was seen at $ 1.8 Billion. For India, the trade deficit for the last 10 months in this current Financial

Where are the stairs going ? - Indian Economy

Where are the stairs going ? - Indian Economy   When i am writing this post, Dalal Street was crashed and recovered a little (Negative), but not completely. Yet the fear due to on upcoming Elections. It's not only for India in the Stocks, but for the Wall Street too. Wall Street makes a record with the biggest drops because of the continuation on rise of Treasury Yields. The US economy was also induced on Global Bond sell off. However the US economy numbers were said that the Unemployment rate comes down to 3.7 percent from 3.9 % (September 2018). The Long term unemployment rate was also reduced to 0.82 % from 0.88 percent. Whereas the Growing and developing country's Unemployment rate (India) had raised to 6.61 percent from 6.32 % which it was in August, 2018. For the front, more people are taking their bag for the Entrepreneurship, on the other side it worries due to the unemployment numbers. Dollar-Rupee conversion support is not a good health for the growing country. This