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Singapore Exports Surge 16.1% In June, Beating Forecasts

Shipments of non-monetary gold also bolstered June's rebound, up 238.0% from a year earlier.

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Govt Permits Exports Of Certain Non-Woven Fabrics

A notification of March 19 this year was amended to the 'extent that only non-woven fabric of 25 to 70 GSM and melt blown fabric of any GSM...is prohibited for export.

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Nascent industry recovery underway after unlocking measures: FICCI-Dhruva Advisors

Nascent industry recovery underway after unlocking measures: FICCI-Dhruva Advisors

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Asian Granito India to benefit from tiles and quartz exports

Asian Granito India to benefit from tiles and quartz exports

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TVS Motor Company registers sales of 198,387 units in June 2020

TVS Motor Company registers sales of 198,387 units in June 2020

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Country Needs To Boost Exports As Investors Shift Focus From China To India: Gadkari

Gadkari's comment comes in the wake of Prime Minister Narendra Modi's push for 'Atmanirbhar Bharat' which aims to make India self-reliant by increasing economic activity and pushing growth.

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Japan's Exports Fall Most Since 2009 As Virus Hits US Shipments

Exports to China, Japan's largest trading partner, fell 1.9% in the year to May, a smaller drop than the prior month's 4% annual decline.

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Pulses Prices Soar Despite Imports

Despite the Union government importing pulses from Mozambique to lower the domestic prices. BW Businessworld explores what is driving the prices up

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India’s Untapped Export Opportunity

India must reform factor markets to attract large businesses that can help substitute China’s exports to the US and EU.

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South Korea June 1-10 Exports Soar 20.2%, Raising Global Recovery Hopes

The average exports per working day fell 9.8% on-year, the Korea Customs Service data showed on Thursday.

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India Lifts Export Ban On Trump-Touted Drug Hydroxychloroquine

Manufacturers, except export-oriented units and those in special economic zones, would still have to supply 20% of their production to the domestic market,

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China Jan-Feb Dollar-Denominated Exports Tumble 17.2%, Imports Down 4%

China posted a trade deficit of $7.09 billion in the first two months of the year, compared with the poll's forecast for a $24.6-billion surplus, and a reversal of December's surplus of $47.21 billion.

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India Lifts Ban On Onion Exports

India, the world's biggest exporter of onion, banned exports of onions in September last year to keep domestic supplies intact after flooding in several states worsened seasonal shortages.

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India's Share In Global Commercial Services Exports Up At 3.5%

The survey said the services sector saw 33 per cent jump in the gross FDI equity inflows during April to September 2019, touching 17.58 billion dollars.

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Malaysia To Buy More Sugar From India To Help Resolve Palm Oil Spat

MSM Malaysia Holdings Berhad will buy 130,000 tonnes of raw sugar from India in the first quarter.

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