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India’s trade deficit widens to $16.30 bn in January

15 February, 2018

India’s trade deficit widened to $16.30 billion in January from $14.88 billion in the previous month, government data showed on Thursday.

Merchandise exports for January rose 9.07 percent from a year ago to $24.38 billion.

Goods imports last month were $40.68 billion, a jump of 26.10 percent from a year ago, data from the Ministry of Commerce and Industry showed.

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