India's exports to China, which have been showing signs of revival this year after years of slump, registered a 40.69 per cent rise year-on-year to reach USD 10.60 billion in the first seven months of 2017.
Fired by exports of zinc, iron ore and steel, total Indian exports to China registered a 38.6 per cent increase year-on-year in August this year totalling to USD 1.26 billion, the sharpest increase this year.
However, the trade deficit expanded to USD 44.51 billion in the first seven months despite surge in Indian exports as imports from China continue to increase.
The India-China bilateral trade increased 18.34 per cent year-on-year to reach USD 55.11 billion from January to August this year, according to official data accessed by
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