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Healthcare Helps, Electronics Hinder India’s Trade Activity

India’s bilateral trade activity fell 2.2% year over year in February. That was led by a 5.4% drop in imports after a 0.6% increase in the prior three months, including a 6.5% slide in imports of electronics goods in February. The latter indicates the tariff-led “Make in India” ind... Read more →


Brazil Sour on Indian Sugar Subsidies After Shipments Slump

The Brazilian and Australian governments have launched a World Trade Organization dispute against Indian sugar subsidies. That’s not a surprise given Brazil filed a similar case against the Chinese government in 2018. There’s been a marked decline in Indian imports of sugar, with a 35.3% drop ... Read more →


New Route Brings New Opportunities for Afghanistan-India trade

Trade relations between India and Afghanistan look set to improve after the opening of a new trade route via Iran. Bilateral trade between India and Afghanistan was $487 million in the 12 months to Nov. 30, with Indian exports accounting for 76.0% of the total. The route may give Afghanistan r... Read more →


India Joins Asia’s Bilateral Trade Slowdown, Oil Not To Blame

India’s bilateral trade dropped 1.3% year over year in December, joining China and South Korea in suffering a sudden slowdown. The main driver was a 2.4% slide in imports, the first since Sept. 2016. Oil prices were not to blame after oil and refined product imports rose 3.1%. Imports ex... Read more →


Indian Rice May Need More Export Subsidies To Stay On The Boil

Competition between Asian rice exporters is growing after the Indian government applied a 5% export subsidy in late 2018. While the subsidy is due to expire in March it will likely be continued ahead of elections scheduled to begin in April. While Indian rice exports have expanded – U.S.... Read more →

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