India’s exchange shortfall extends to $12.62 billion, uncovers government data

According to the most recent information released by the Service of Commerce and Industry, India’s exchange gap has expanded to $12.62 billion as exports developed by 0.67% whereas imports rose by 7% in February. Sends out of petroleum items, jewels and adornments, and building items fell whereas pharma shipments expanded. In the meantime, the import of gold, electronic products and chemicals expanded in February.

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