India’s Exports Decreased to Nearly $7.1 Billion In the Second Week Of August, Shows Data

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As reported by the commerce ministry, India had exported goods worth $35.4 billion in July, led by a quick economic recovery in key western markets.

Press Release

As per the latest reports released by the commerce ministry, India’s exported goods decreased to $7.1 billion in the second week of August from $7.4 billion in the previous week.

While the export of engineering goods and shipment of gems and jewelry were the contributory factors, export recovery eased because of the drop in the export of petroleum products, iron ore, and leather items. 

When it comes to imports, the goods increased to $10.8 billion from $10.5 billion, prompting an import/export imbalance of $3.7 billion during the week, as shown by data. Imports of gold, unrefined petroleum, and valuable stones increased during the week while, on the other hand, the import of silver and transport equipment decreased.

As per July data, India’s exported goods were recorded $35.4 billion worth, led by sped up economic recovery in essential western markets, as shown by the reevaluated data from the commerce ministry. Import of goods had increased to $46.4 billion, the second-highest in history, promoting India’s trade deficiency to $11 billion.

The legal authorities have established a merchandise exports agenda of $400 billion for FY22 and $1 trillion in the upcoming five years. With a services export agenda at $500 billion, India is expected to be a vital key player in international trade in the upcoming five years, with $1.5 trillion in combined export.

Last month, global trade was highlighted by The International Monetary Fund (IMF) to be increased at 9.7% in 2021 after contracting 8.3% in 2020. It explained, “The goods trade recovery is set to expand in the wake of being at first focused in pandemic-related purchases, customer durables, and medical equipment. Service trade is likely to recover gradually, compatible with subdued cross-border travel until the infection transmission decreases to low levels.”

As indicated by the World Trade Organization, the volume of world goods trade is expected to grow 8% in 2021, proceeding with its bounce back from the pandemic-prompted breakdown that reached as far down as possible in the second quarter of last year.

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