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In October, India’s trade deficit increased to $26,91 billion.

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  • According to export and import figures issued by the government on Tuesday, the country’s October merchandise trade imbalance increased to $26.91 billion from $25.71 billion in September.
  • According to the data, India’s merchandise exports decreased from $35.45 billion in September to $29.78 billion.
  • The report indicated that merchandise imports decreased to $56.69 billion from $61.16 billion in the same period.

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