11.9 C
Chandigarh
Friday, January 21, 2022
- Advertisement -
HomeBusinessExports rise 38.91% to $37.81 billion in December; commerce deficit widens to...

Exports rise 38.91% to $37.81 billion in December; commerce deficit widens to $21.68 billion: Govt information – Instances of India

NEW DELHI: The nation’s exports in December 2021 surged 38.91 per cent on an annual foundation to $37.81 billion, the highest-ever month-to-month determine, as a result of wholesome efficiency by sectors resembling engineering, textiles and chemical compounds, even because the commerce deficit widened to $21.68 billion throughout the month, authorities information confirmed on Friday.
Imports in December 2021 additionally elevated 38.55 per cent to $59.48 billion, on account of a rise in petroleum and crude oil imports, which soared 67.89 per cent to $16.16 billion.
Gold imports expanded by 5.43 per cent to $4.72 billion.
Throughout April-December 2021-22, exports rose 49.66 per cent to $301.38 billion.
Imports throughout the interval surged 68.91 per cent to $443.82 billion, leaving a commerce deficit of $142.44 billion, the information confirmed. The commerce deficit in December 2020 was $15.72 billion.
“Merchandise exports in December 2021 were $37.81 billion, as compared to $27.22 billion in December 2020, exhibiting a positive growth of 38.91 per cent. As compared to December 2019, exports in December 2021 exhibited a positive growth of 39.47 per cent,” the commerce ministry mentioned in a press release.
In December 2021, exports of engineering items grew 38.41 per cent to $9.8 billion, adopted by petroleum merchandise (151 per cent to $5.88 billion), gems and jewelry (16.4 per cent to about $3 billion), chemical compounds (26.86 per cent to $2.66 billion) and ready-made clothes of all textiles (22.63 per cent to $1.46 billion).
The info additionally said that the estimated worth of companies export for December 2021 was $20.07 billion, a rise of 5.26 per cent over the identical month of 2020. The imports additionally rose by 15.76 per cent to $12.87 billion.
“The estimated value of services export for April-December 2021 is $177.68 billion, exhibiting a positive growth of 18.39 per cent vis-a-vis April-December 2020 ($150.09 billion).
“The estimated worth of companies imports for April-December 2021 is $103.30 billion exhibiting a constructive progress of 21.52 per cent vis-à-vis April-December 2020 ($85 billion),” it added.
Commenting on the numbers, Federation of Indian Export Organisations (FIEO) President A Sakthivel said that looking at the current trend, India will achieve the $400-billion merchandise exports target for the fiscal.

Supply hyperlink

RELATED ARTICLES

LEAVE A REPLY

Please enter your comment!
Please enter your name here

- Advertisment -

Most Popular