Exports up 4.6% in Sept, imports dip 2.54% – Feedback

In the second instance of monthly growth this fiscal, exports rose 4.62 per cent in September 2016 to $22.88 billion (year-on-year), with a substantial rise in shipments of gems and jewellery, engineering goods, garments and textiles, iron ore and handicrafts.

Imports during the month at $31.22 billion were 2.54 per cent lower than the same month last year, recording a fall across sectors, even as non-oil imports continued to dip. Trade deficit, however, narrowed to $8.33 billion compared with $10.16 billion last September.


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