New Delhi : India’s merchandise exports rose by 2.ninety one per cent in February on a calendar year-on-calendar year basis to $27.sixty five billion from $26.87 billion claimed for the corresponding time period of the previous calendar year.

Likewise, on a sequential basis, exports ended up greater than $25.97 billion value of merchandise which ended up shipped out in January.

“Non-petroleum and non-gems and jewellery exports in February 2020 ended up $21.23 billion, as as opposed to $twenty billion in February 2019, exhibiting a favourable growth of six.16 per cent,” the Ministry of Commerce and Business stated in a statement.

“Non-petroleum and non-gems and jewellery exports in April-February 2019-twenty ended up $218.eighty three billion, as as opposed to $217.60 billion for the corresponding time period in 2018-19, an improve of .fifty seven per cent,” it stated.

As per the details, imports rose by 2.forty eight per cent to $37.50 billion in February from $36.fifty nine billion claimed for the corresponding thirty day period of 2019.

“Oil imports in February 2020 ended up $10.76 billion, which was 14.26 per cent greater in dollar phrases, as opposed to $nine.41 billion in February 2019,” the ministry stated.

“Non-oil imports in February 2020 ended up approximated at $26.seventy four billion which was one.60 per cent lessen in dollar phrases, as opposed to $27.18 billion in February 2019,” the statement stated.

On the other hand, non-oil and non-gold imports ended up $24.38 billion in February 2020, recording a adverse growth of .87 per cent, as as opposed to $24.fifty nine billion claimed for the corresponding time period of the previous calendar year.