India's export by over 35 pc in October

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New Delhi, Dec 3 (UNI) India's exports in October went up by over 35 per cent in dollar terms and by 18 per cent in rupee terms, government data released today said.

The country trade deficit for April-October, 2007 was estimated at 44,406.42 million dollars as against 32,943.35 million dollars during the corresponding period last year, the data added.

India's exports at 13,302.71 million dollars were up by 35.65 per cent than 9,806.69 million dollars during October, 2006. But the growth in rupee terms was 17.88 per cent at Rs 52,560.85 crore, the data said.

Cumulative value of exports for April-October period was 85,583.30 million dollars (Rs 34,7793.90 crore) as against 70,792.52 million dollars (Rs 32,4863.93 crore),recording a growth of 20.89 per cent in dollar terms and 7.06 per cent in rupee terms during the same period last year.

India's imports last month were valued at 20,785.29 million dollars representing an increase of 24.27 per cent over 16,725.65 million dollars imports in October, 2006. In rupee terms, the increase was 7.99 per cent.

Cumulative value of imports for April-October period was 1,29,989.72 million dollars (Rs 5,28,546.44 crore) as against 1,03,735.88 million dollars (Rs 4,75,862.57 crore), registering a growth of 25.31 per cent in dollar terms and 11.07 per cent in rupee terms during the same period last year.

India's oil imports in October at 6,126.22 million dollars were 14.59 per cent higher than 5,346.14 million dollars in the corresponding period last year. Oil imports during April-October period recorded a 9.25 per growth at 37,525.44 million dollars over imports of 3,4349.77 million dollars in the comparable period last year.

Non-oil imports last month at 14,659.07 million dollars was 28.82 per cent higher than 11,379.52 million dollars in October, 2006.

During April-October period, it were worth 92,464.28 million dollars, up 33.26 per cent from 69,386.11 million dollars recorded during comparable period last year.

UNI

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