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Wednesday, July 04, 2001

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Macro Economy

Economy
3 traditional items account for 20 pc export growth
THREE traditional but big ticket items such as chemical and related products, engineering goods and textiles which account for slightly above half of the country's aggregate exports did exceedingly well to account for India's export growth rate of 20.71 per cent in 2000-01, even while other traditional items like agriculture and allied products and gem and jewellery either did not do well or did badly.

Foreign Trade
Big scope for India-China trade: Li Peng
NEW DELHI: The Chairman of the Chinese National Peoples' Congress (NPC), Mr Li Peng, has said that the present trade volume of $3 billion between India and China was not commensurate with the potential.


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