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India-China Trade Grows To Record $125 Billion In 2021 Despite Tensions

China's exports to India from January to December rose 46.2 per cent to USD 97.52 billion, while India's exports to China grew by 34.2 per cent to USD 28.14 billion.

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2022 To Test India’s Skill In Negotiating Deep Trade Agreements: WTC Report

The paper noted that it is essential that the country take the lead in the global negotiating forum on 21st-century issues related to e-commerce, intellectual property, labour and environment protection, amid the target to achieve annual merchandise exports to USD 1 trillion.

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India's Exports Likely To Touch Record $400 Bn This Fiscal: Goyal

Goyal suggested focusing on six areas to build a sustainable, inclusive and resilient ecosystem to further promote partnership with other countries

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India-UK Free Trade Agreement Talks Set For Early 2022

A trade deal with India will open huge opportunities for UK, a UK government spokesperson said

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US To Terminate Trade Retaliation Case Against India After Digital Tax Agreement

U.S. Trade Representative's office said it is moving to terminate its trade retaliation case against India after Washington and New Delhi agreed on a global tax deal transition arrangement

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Regular India-US Engagements Under TPF Will Boost Trade, Says USIBC

"We look forward to playing a significant role in guiding and advancing these issues on behalf of the USIBC membership and working in tandem with both governments", says USTR.

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Chile's Popular Walnuts Now In India

Chilean walnuts are among the most popular variety of walnuts in the world and now, It is available to the Indian consumers.Chile is the largest exporter of walnuts in the southern hemisphere and second largest globally. Chile and India are strategic partners and the two countries are working closely to enhance bilateral trade.

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Rupee Falls 13 Paise To 73.77 Against US Dollar In Early Trade

Foreign institutional investors were net buyers in the capital market on Thursday as they purchased shares worth Rs 357.93 crore

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Rupee Falls 13 Paise To 73.77 Against US Dollar In Early Trade

The Indian rupee opened weaker this Friday against the dollar, after benchmark US yields reached their highest level in more than two months on anticipated withdrawal of policy support

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Too Soon To Predict Indo-Afghan Trade Future: FIEO DG

In the past few days, several reports have emerged about how import-export trade in India, the largest beneficiary of Afghanistan's exports, is at a halt which is taking a toll on the people in the business due to their stuck payments.

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Indian Exports At Nearly $15 Bn Till Mid-August: Goyal

On free trade agreements (FTAs) with countries, he urged the industry to internalise a 'give and take' approach, where they also show willingness to open the domestic market to foreign firms.

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Rupee Gains 14 Paise To 74.44 Against US Dollar In Early Trade

Forex traders said foreign fund outflows and firm crude oil prices could weigh on investor sentiment and cap the appreciation of the local unit.

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Goyal Pitches For Indo-Pacific Wide Services Trade Agreement

India's key exports to the region include petroleum, diamonds, medicines and light vessels. Its imports comprise coal, petroleum, palm oil, and telecom equipment.

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Rupee Surges 14 Paise To 72.92 Against US Dollar In Early Trade

The 30-share BSE Sensex was trading 236.51 points or 0.45 per cent higher at 52,536.98. Similarly, the broader NSE Nifty advanced 73.60 points or 0.47 per cent to 15,811.35.

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PHD Chamber Recommends A Substantial Stimulus Package To Hon’ble Finance Minister To Support Economy, Trade And Industry

The PHD Chamber in its recommendations has suggested financial and structural support to Micro, Small & medium Enterprises (MSMEs) in the second wave of the pandemic in terms of extending the moratorium period and offering concessional rates of interest on borrowings.

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