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Economic Survey 2012-13 - Foreign Trade

The trade balance is the difference between the monetary value of exports and imports of output in an economy, it is one of the most important macroeconomic parameter. Data contains Exports, Imports and Trade Balance of India (in Rs Crore and Us $ Million) from 1949-50. It also contains the percentage rate of change of exports as well as imports with respect to the previous year. The data has been provided by Department of Economic Affairs.
The data refers to the Direction of Exports of India by Regions and Countries (in Rs. Cr. and US$ Mn.). It gives details of the percentage change in value of Exports over the years. It also shows the country-wise share in Total Exports.
The data refers to the Direction of Imports of India by Regions and Countries (in Rs. Cr. and US$ Mn.). It gives details of the percentage change in value of imports over the years. It also shows the country-wise share in Total Imports.
The data refers to the Index Numbers of Foreign Trade. It gives the Unit Value Index and Volume Index of Exports and Imports. It also shows the Terms of trade.
The data refers to India's Share in World Exports by Commodity Divisions and Groups (in US $ Mn) for various years. It gives details regarding World exports, India's exports and the percentage share of India's exports.
The data refers to the share and percentage growth/change of Major Exports for various years. It is observed that Manufactured goods had a substantial share in the Total Exports of India but it has rapidly declined in the subsequent years.
The data refers to the item-wise Principal Exports of India. It provides the end of decade figures of quantity (in thousand tonnes) and value (both in Rs. Crore and US $ mn) for various years.
The data refers to the item-wise Principal Imports of India. It provides the end of decade figures of quantity and value (both in Rs. Crore and US $ mn) for various years.
The data refers to the share and percentage growth/change of Major Imports for various years. It is observed that over the years Petroleum, oil and lubricants have been a substantial component of the total imports of India.
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