India's export growth picked up in July: Chidambaram

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Tuesday, August 27, 2013
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India's exports rose 11.64 percent in July to $25.83 billion from the previous month, but the trade deficit was almost unchanged at $12.27 billion, keeping pressure on the current account deficit and the beleaguered rupee, data released earlier in the month showed.

Courtesy : Indian Express

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