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India has trade deficit with 27 countries for last 3 years (analysed from The Hindu) (relevant for GS paper-III, Topic: Economy, Trade deficit)

India has a trade deficit with as many as 27 major countries, including China, Australia, Iraq and Iran, during the last three years. 

According to Commerce and Industry Minister Nirmala Sitharaman , India generally runs a deficit with those countries from which high-demand commodities are sourced. These include items like crude oil, gold, diamond and fertilizer.

Other countries with which India has a trade gap include Indonesia, Korea, Germany, Canada, Taiwan, Russia and Ukraine.

Trade Deficit Figures:

1.    In 2015—16, India’s trade deficit fell 14 per cent to $118.35 billion as compared to previous year (2014-15). 
2.    Exports fell 15.85% in 2015-16 as compared to previous year (2014-15). 
3.    Imports dropped 15.28% as compared to previous year (2014-15).

Trade Deficit:

A trade deficit, which is also referred to as net exports, is an economic condition that occurs when a country is importing more goods than it is exporting. The deficit equals the value of goods being imported minus the value of goods being exported.



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