Export data and learnings

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December 2021 update:

Merchandise exports during Dec-21 were Rs. USD 37.81 Billion compared to USD 27.22 Billion in Dec-20 registering a positive growth of 38.9% and positive growth of 39.4% compared to Dec-19.

India’s overall exports(merchandise and services combined) for Dec 21 estimated at USD 57.87 Billion exhibiting positive growth of 25% and 23% over Dec 20 and Dec19 respectively.

Coffee exports continue to remain high with growth of 129% yoy for Dec month.

Rice exports grew by 34 % compared to Dec 20.(second consecutive month of significant growth)

Marine product exports growth of 31% vs Dec 20 and 16% compared to Dec19.

Iron ore exports down by -85% yoy for December.

Ceramic products and glassware exports remain negative.

Pharma exports growth of 8% compared to Dec 20 ( high single digit growth after many months)

Chemicals exports were higher by 31% compared Dec 20.

Engineering goods exports by 42% and 47% compared to Dec 20 and Dec19 respectively.

Exports for Cotton yarn, man made yarn/fabric, RMG of textiles remains strong.

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Jan 2022 update:

Merchandise exports during Jan-22 were USD 34.50 Billion compared to USD 27.54 Billion in Jan-21 registering a positive growth of 25.28%.

India’s overall exports(merchandise and services combined) for Jan-22 estimated at USD 61.41 Billion exhibiting positive growth of 37.76% over Jan-21.

Coffee exports remains strong with more than 100% growth for Jan month and 47% growth for the period April 21 to Jan 22

Rice exports grew by 9% yoy and 12% for 10MFY22.

Marine product exports showed positive growth of 32% vs Jan21 and 34% for 10MFY22.

Iron ore exports down by -56% for Jan,

Ceramic products and glassware exports remain flat for Jan month and positive growth of 17% for 10MFY22.

Pharma exports remained flat with growth of 1%.

Chemicals exports were higher by 28% and 33% for the month and 10mFY22.

Engineering goods exports increased by 26% for the month of Jan and 51% for the period April-Jan22.

Exports for Cotton yarn, man made yarn/fabric, RMG of textiles remains positive.

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Feb 2022 update:

Merchandise exports during Feb-22 were Rs. USD 34.57 Billion compared to USD 27.63 Billion in Feb-21 registering a positive growth of 24.6%.

India’s overall exports(merchandise and services combined) for Feb-22 estimated at USD 57.03 Billion exhibiting positive growth of 25.4% over Feb-21.

Coffee exports continue to grow up by 34% for the month and 46% for period between April21 to Feb22.

Rice exports growth tapered to 4% for the month and 12% for 11MFY22.

Marine product exports showed positive growth of 19% vs Feb 21 and 33% for 11MFY22.

Iron ore exports remains negative down by -55% for Feb and -31% for period between April21-Feb22.

Ceramic products and glassware exports remain flat for last few months even though overall export for 11MFY22 remains positive at 15% growth.

Pharma exports remained flat with growth of 1%.

Chemicals exports were higher by 29% and 34% for the month and 11MFY22.

Exports of Cotton yarn, man made yarn/fabric, RMG of textiles remains positive with more than 20% growth.

Other sectors like engineering and electronic goods have been showing consistent positive growth.

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March 2022 update:

Merchandise exports during March-22 were Rs. USD 42.22 Billion compared to USD 35.26 Billion in March-21 registering a positive growth of 19.76%.

India’s overall exports(merchandise and services combined) for March-22 estimated at USD 64.75 Billion exhibiting positive growth of 15.51% over March-21.

Coffee exports continue to grow by 23% for the month and 43% for the FY22.

Rice exports negative growth of -4% the month (growth was tapered during Feb month).

Marine product exports showed positive growth of 13% vs March 21 and 31% for FY22.

Iron ore exports remained negative down by -51% for March and -34% for FY22.

Ceramic products and glassware exports turned positive(+9%) after 4 months of degrowth.

Pharma exports grew by 9% for March and flat(1%) for the FY.

Chemicals exports were higher by 28% and 33% for the month and FY22 respectively.

Exports of Cotton yarn, man made yarn/fabric, RMG of textiles continue to remain positive with good growth.

Other sectors like engineering goods and electronic goods have been showing consistent positive growth.

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April 2022 update( value in Million USD):

Merchandise exports during April-22 were Rs. USD 40.19 Billion compared to USD 30.75 Billion in April-21 registering a positive growth of 30.70%.

India’s overall exports(merchandise and services combined) for April-22 are estimated at USD 67.79 Billion exhibiting positive growth of 38.90% over April-21.

Coffee exports grew by 59% for the month of April.

Rice exports remained negative for the 2nd consecutive month(-9% during April).

Marine products exports showed positive growth of 15% vs April 21

Iron ore exports fell by -34% for April22 compared to April21.

Ceramic products and glassware exports remained positive for the 2nd month in a row.

Pharma exports grew by 9% for April22.

Chemicals exports were higher by 32% compared to April21.

Exports of Cotton yarn, man made yarn/fabric, RMG of textiles continue to remain positive.

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May 2022 update(in Rs Crs):

Merchandise exports during May-22 were USD 38.94 Billion compared to USD 32.30 Billion in May-21 registering a positive growth of 20.55%.

India’s overall exports(merchandise and services combined) for May-22 are estimated at USD 62.21 Billion exhibiting positive growth of 24.03% over May-21.

Coffee exports grew by 61% for May month.

Rice exports turned positive(+17%) after de-growth in the preceding two months.

Marine products exports continue to show consistent positive growth.

Iron ore exports remained negative, down by more than 60% for the month.

Ceramic products and glassware exports remained positive for the 3rd month in a row.

Pharma exports rose by 16% for the month and 14% for two months of FY23.

Chemicals exports higher by 24% compared to May21 and 29% for two months of FY23

Exports of electronic and engineering goods remain strong.

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