Growth of trade, Macroeconomics

Growth of Trade:

As far as the growth of exports and imports are concerned,  it is evident  from Table 17.2  that India has performed better than the world growth  rates  in  recent years  and  is moving  in  tandem with developing economies of Asia. India's exports have registered a growth of 25.8 percent in 2003 - 04.The. Corresponding growth rate for developing economies ofAsia and World is 25.3 percent and 19.8 percent respectively.  Similarly the imports of India have grown at a rate of 32 percent during the same period. The corresponding growth rate for developing economies of Asia and World is 28.9 percent and 20.3 percent respectively.

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