India’s exports shot up to $6.8 billion during the first week of April, compared to $1.7 billion in the corresponding period last year when there was a countrywide lockdown.

Shipments out of the country are estimated to be over 8% higher than the $6.3 billion during the first week of April 2019.

Similarly, imports have risen from $2.8 billion in the first week of 2020 to $9.7 billion during April 1-7 this year, although it is marginally lower than the level seen in the corresponding period of 2019, according to initial numbers available with the commerce department.

Similarly, imports have risen from $2.8 billion in the first week of 2020 to $9.7 billion during April 1-7 this year, although it is marginally lower than the level seen in the corresponding period of 2019, according to initial numbers available with the commerce department.

Source: Times of India