New Delhi, Jan 1 (UNI) India's exports went up by 26.82 per cent in dollar terms and 11.51 per cent in rupee terms in November 2007 as compared to the corresponding month of the previous year, government data released today said.
It were valued at 12425.11 million dollars against USD 9797.67 million dollars and Rs 49,000.16 crore compared with Rs 43,943.22 crore during the comparable months of 2007 and 2006.
Imports at 19,831.79 million dollars in November-07 increased by 29.26 per cent from 15,342.36 million dollars in the same month last year. However, in rupee terms, the increase was 13.66 per cent.
Oil imports at 5,823.49 million dollars were 16.72 per cent higher than 4,989.14 million dollars, while non-oil imports accounted for 35.3 per cent growth to 14,008.30 million dollars from 10,353.22 million dollars during the comparable November of the two years, the data said.
Meanwhile, the trade deficit for April-November, 2007 was estimated at 52,804.31 million dollars, up from 38,488.04 million dollars during the comparable period of 2006.
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