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Hyundai August Sales Up 12% At 59,068 Units

Domestic sales were up 2.3 percent to 46,866 units as against 45,809 units in August 2020

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Exports Up Over 50 % To USD 7.41 Bn During August 1-7

Oil imports during August 1-7, jumped by about 141 per cent to USD 1.80 billion. Similarly, imports of electronic goods rose by nearly 31 per cent to USD 308 million.

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'Addressing Container Shortage, High Shipping Freights To Help Exports Hit USD 400 Bn This Fiscal'

Exports during April-July 2021 jumped 73.86 per cent to USD 130.56 billion, against USD 75.10 billion in the year-ago period.

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India's Trade Deficit With China Dips To USD 44 Bn In 2020-21

Imports from China during 2018-19, 2019-20 and 2020-21 were worth USD 70.32 billion, USD 65.26 billion and USD 65.21 billion

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API Imports Stood At Rs 28,529 Cr, Exports At Rs 32,856 Cr In FY21: Mandaviya

The Department of Pharmaceuticals is implementing three schemes for promoting domestic manufacturing of APIs to ensure their sustainable domestic supply and make India Atma Nirbhar

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Exports From Indore SEZ Rise By 21.5pc In Apr-Jun

Exports were worth Rs 2,555.42 crore from this SEZ in the corresponding period during the last FY, a top official of the Union Ministry of Commerce and Industry told PTI.

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Exports Of Livestock Products Increase To Rs 7,543 Cr During Apr-June

India is one of the world's leading exporters of buffalo meat. The exports stood at USD 3.17 billion in 2020-21.

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Container Crisis, High Freight Charges Hit Exports From Kolkata

Freight forwarders said the delay to get space and container is at least 10-15 days and planning has gone for a toss.

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Exports Rise 45 % During July 1-21: Comm Min Data

Exports of gems and jewellery, petroleum and engineering during July 1-21 stood at USD 424.5 million, USD 923.33 million and USD 551. 4 million, respectively

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Govt Permit Exports Of Specified Quantities Of Certain Commodities To Maldives

The export will be exempted from any existing or future restrictions/prohibitions, the directorate general of foreign trade (DGFT) said in a notification.

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Sign FTA With UK To Counter China’s Might

Trade deal with UK will bring substantial opportunities for India in services sector like IT and research & development and in merchandise trade for sectors like garments, gems & jewellery, pharmaceuticals, footwear and chemicals to name a few.

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India's Sugar Exports Touch 4.25 Million Tonnes So Far This Year: AISTA

AISTA has revised sugar production to 35 million tonnes for the 2020-21 marketing year from earlier projections of 29.9 million tonnes.

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India's Agri Exports Up 17.34 % At $41.25 Bn In 2020-21

Exports of only agricultural products (excluding marine and plantation products) increased by 28.36 per cent to USD 29.81 billion in 2020-21 as compared to USD 23.23 billion in 2019-20.

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Exports, Ethanol Boost To Increase Sugar Mill Margins Up To 100 Bps: Report

Sugar closing stocks are expected to decline to their lowest levels in the past four sugar seasons (SS) to 9-9.5 million tonnes in SS 2020-21, resulting in lower working capital borrowings.

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We Are In Phase Of Creeping Protectionism And MGNREGA Is Still The Best Bet In Rural Areas: Nobel Laureate Abhijit Banerjee

Abhijit V. Banerjee, Professor of Economics at Massachusetts Institute of Technology, received the 2019 Nobel Prize for Economic Sciences. How well his ideas fit into India’s economic growth amid the volcanic challenges are debated in his book--Good Economics for Hard Times-- which he co-authored with Esther Duflo. He touches upon more politically contentious issues like trade, inequality and the universal basic income for those who are left out of the economic growth story. In a free-wheeling conversation with Manish Kumar Jha of BW Businessworld, Prof. Banerjee comments on India’s healthcare, the privatization, fiscal support, and the complex matrix of Direct Benefit Transfer Scheme. He asserts that the Indian economy could be competitive should “we open ourselves to trade”. Excerpts:

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