October 2, 2021 3:14:35 am
Merchandise trade deficit hit a record high of .9 billion in September, rising from billion in September 2020 and .7 billion in September 2019, on the back of a spike in imports, preliminary data released by the government showed Friday.,betfair casino app android 777spinslot.com
The sharp uptick in merchandise trade deficit comes despite 21.4 per cent year-on-year growth in exports to .44 billion, on the back of increased exports of engineering goods, petroleum products as well as gems and jewellery.,888 poker play in browser
sports bets,Imports last month rose 84.8 per cent to .4 billion, amid a rise in both price and demand for crude oil as well as demand for gold and electronic goods.
pga dfs picks,“While domestic demand is recovering, the surge in imports in September 2021 likely also reflects pent-up demand and/or inventory restocking prior to the festive season, and the pace may moderate in the coming months,” said Aditi Nayar, chief economist at credit ratings agency ICRA.
Total exports for the first six months of the fiscal year reached 7.1 billion, up 23.8 per cent over the first six months of FY20 which was not impacted by Covid-19,euro basketball league . The government is targeting exports of 0 billion this fiscal.
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