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India’s imports from FTA partners up 38% during 2019-24 fiscal years: GTRI

May 14, 2024
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New Delhi - India’s imports of goods from countries with which it has a free trade agreement like the UAE, South Korea and Australia grew about 38 per cent during 2019-24 fiscal years to $187.92 billion, according to think tank GTRI.

On the other hand, the country’s exports to the FTA (free trade agreement) partners rose 14.48 per cent to $122.72 billion in 2023-24, from $107.20 billion in 2018-19.

“From FY’2019 to FY’2024, India’s imports increased by 37.97 per cent, from . . .

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