India’s Foreign Trade: April, 2014
EXPORTS (including re-exports)
Exports during April, 2014 were valued at US $ 25634.08 million (Rs.154718.60 crore) which was 5.26 per cent higher in Dollar terms (16.83 per cent higher in Rupee terms) than the level of US $ 24353.77 million (Rs. 132425.33 crore) during April, 2013.
Imports during April, 2014 were valued at US $ 35720.03 million (Rs.215593.93 crore) representing a negative growth of 15 per cent in Dollar terms and negative growth of 5.66 per cent in Rupee terms over the level of imports valued at US $ 42025.87 million (Rs. 228518.59 crore) in April, 2013.
CRUDE OIL AND NON-OIL IMPORTS:
Oil imports during April, 2014 were valued at US $ 12977.8 million which was 0.6 per cent lower than oil imports valued at US $ 13053.5 million in the corresponding period last year.
Non-oil imports during April, 2014 were estimated at US $ 22742.2 million which was 21.5 per cent lower than non-oil imports of US $ 28972.4 million in April, 2013.
The trade deficit for April, 2014 was estimated at US $ 10085.95 million which was lower than the deficit of US $ 17672.10 million during April, 2013.
|EXPORTS & IMPORTS : (US $ Million)|
|%Growth 2014-15/ 2013-14||-15.00|
|EXPORTS & IMPORTS : (Rs. Crore)|
|%Growth 2014-15/ 2013-14||16.83|
|%Growth 2014-15/ 2013-14||-5.66|
QUICK ESTIMATES FOR SELECTED MAJOR COMMODITIES FOR APRIL, 2014TRADE