Swapnil Sinha

Export Newsletter 16th September 2021

Export Newsletter 16th September 2021

According to India Exim Bank, India’s merchandise exports during the second quarter of FY22 are expected to be $98.45 billion and non-oil exports to be $85.63 billion as against $74.02 billion and $66.73 billion respectively logged during corresponding period, last year. The rise in India’s exports could be attributed largely to the low base effect,…

Newsletter 9th September 2021

Newsletter 9th September 2021

After being disrupted due to the first wave of the COVID-19 pandemic, exports had begun to rise in December of 2020. Due to the low base effect (the tendency of a small absolute change from a low initial amount to be translated into a large percentage), merchandise exports grew substantially at 193.63 %in April 2021…

Newsletter 2nd Sep 2021

Newsletter 2nd Sep 2021

India’s exports have been reaching record highs in 2021. This clearly signals a sharp rise in the demand of goods in the rest of the world. Exports are expected to rise further as global trade activity gains momentum. Indian exports have remained over $30 billion for five consecutive months. The top five commodity groups that…

Newsletter 21 June 2021

India’s goods exports in May 2021 stood at $32.27 billion, up 69.3% with respect to May 2020. Of course, given that the country spent much of May 2020 under a lockdown, this is not a fair comparison. Nevertheless, exports were up 8.1% in comparison to May 2019, when they had stood at $29.85 billion. The…

Newsletter 10 June 2021

As the 2nd wave of the pandemic slowly gets under control, researchers and experts have started expecting a strong V-shaped recovery in Indian exports, which might be supported by easing of monetary and fiscal policies. The removal of lockdown restrictions and accelerated vaccination drives in the country is also expected to benefit demands in exports….

Newsletter 21 May 2021

While the country continues to struggle with Covid in almost every state, the export sector remains buoyant, thanks to some specific booming sectors. We discuss a few positive trends in the agricultural sector this week with new markets being created with the diversification of trade in mangoes and organic millets trade. Agricultural sector as a…

Newsletter 26th April 2021

There has been a significant growth in exports of various Indian industries, as we have discussed in our newsletters before. Today we note the growth in Indian Agriculture and allied commodities and Pharma exports, which have both grown by 18% April 2020 to February 2021. Oxygen exports have also reached a 3-year high in just…

Newsletter 14th April 2021

As the world trade recovers from the pandemic shock, faster than authorities and experts expected, we are seeing India reach several positive benchmarks. This includes record $34 billion exports in March, and Amazon India’s exports from Indian MSMEs reaching the $3 billion mark. WTO, after observing the quick merchandise trade recovery of the world, is…

How tech can help MSMEs in trade finance?

How tech can help MSMEs in trade finance?

India, like most countries, in continually bringing into power some regulations that are aimed at encouraging local suppliers and manufacturers to consistently move from strength to strength. These policies provide a set of benefits to manufacturers so they not only set up operations within the country but also increase their scale of production domestically. What…

Deemed Exports: Eligibility & Benefits

Deemed Exports: Eligibility & Benefits

India, like most countries, in continually bringing into power some regulations that are aimed at encouraging local suppliers and manufacturers to consistently move from strength to strength. These policies provide a set of benefits to manufacturers so they not only set up operations within the country but also increase their scale of production domestically. What…

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