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IMPORT AND
 EXPORT OF
  INDIA……
        BY:
          TANYA SHARMA
ABOUT EXPORT…..

 India’s merchandise exports reached a level of US$
  178.7 billion during 2009-10 registering a negative
  growth of 3.5 percent as compared to a growth of
  13.6 percent during the previous year.
 India’s exports reversed the trend in October,
  2009 by registering a positive growth of 3.4%. The
  upward trend has been maintained since then
  wherein exports grew at the rate of 30.0 % in 3.4%
MONTH            PERCENTAGE
                 GROWTH
NOVEMBER,2009    30.0
DECEMBER,2009    20.3
                              Month-wise exports from
JANUARY,2010     18.7
                              November, 2009 to
FEBRUARY,2010    34.8         December, 2010
MARCH, 2010      54.1
APRIL, 2010      42.1
MAY, 2010        34.1
JUNE, 2010       46.5
JULY, 2010       13.8
                              Source : DGCI&S
AUGUST, 2010     23.3
SEPTEMBER,2010   23.8
OCTOBER, 2010    21.3
NOVEMBER, 2010   26.5
DECEMBER, 2010   36.4
CONTD…….

 The actual exports exceeded the target by 2.1
 per cent which is a remarkable achievement
 during a period of recession in India’s major
 export destinations.
 (Shown in next slide)
TRENDS IN GROWTH OF
          EXPORTS……
250

200

150

100                  Export Target
                     Actually Achieved
 50

 0
MONTHLY GROWTH OF EXPORTS IN
            2009-10 & 2010-11

60
50
40
30
20
10                          2009-10 % GROWTH
 0                          2010-11 % GROWTH
-10
-20
-30
-40
-50
SHARE OF TOP 5 COMMODITY
         GROUPS
   IN INDIA’S EXPORTS
        2010-11…..
SHARE OF TOP 5 COMMODITIES IN INDIA'S
               EXPORT
                            PETROLEUM (CRUDE
                            & PRODUCTS

                            GEMS &JEWELLERY
            16.9%

                            TRANSPORT
                            EQUIPMENTS
                    14.9%
50.5%                       MACHINERY &
                            INTRUMENTS

                            DRUGS, PHARMACEUT
                    8.3%    ICALS & FINE
           4.               CHEMICALS
           6 4.8
           % %
IMPORTS…..
TOP 5 COMMODITIES IN INDIA'S IMPORT
                                     PETROLEUM,CRUDE &
                                     PRODUCTS

                                     PEARLS PRECIOUS
                     30.1%           SEMI PRECIOUS
                                     STONES
                                     GOLD
41.5%

                                     MACHINERY EXCEPT
                                     ELECTRICAL&
                                     ELECTRONIC
                              7.7%
                                     ELECTRONIC GOODS

                       7.7%
        6.3%   6.7                   OTHERS
               %
INDIA’S TRADE
DIVERSIFICATION…..
 Asia and ASEAN region is India’s largest trading
  partner. During the period April- September 2010-
  11, Asia and ASEAN region accounted for about 58%
  of India’s trade (exports and imports).
 Europe and America, together, account for around
  31% of India’s trade. Region – wise share of India’s
  Export and Import during April – September 2010-
  11
REGION WISE SHARE OF INDIA'S EXPORT
              2010-11
    1.12   2.0
    %      8%



                 20.2%
                            EUROPE
                            AFRICA
                            AMERICA
                    6.65%
                            ASIA & ASEAN
 53.48%
                            CIS & BALTICS
                  16.46%
                            UNSPECIFIED REGION
REGION WISE SHARE OF INDIA'SS IMPORT
      2% 2%


              17%


                           EUROPE
                     7%    AFRICA
                           AMERICA
                           ASIA & ASEAN
                    10%    CIS & BALTICS
                           UNSPECIFIED REGION
62%
INDIA’S TRADE BETWEEN MAJOR
        REGIONS OF THE WORLD…..

500
450
400
350
300
250
200
150
100
 50                            EXPORTS
  0                            IMPORTS
GROWTH RATE(%) IN INDIA’S TRADE
  WITH MAJOR REGIONS 2010-11….


60

50

40

30                                                EXPORTS
                                                  IMPORTS
20

10

0
     EUROPE   AFRICA AMERICA   AISA %     CIS
                               ASEAN    BALTICS
CONCLUSION…..

 India should reduce their imports & increase their
  exports. As there is trade deficit in India.
 This can only be done when the government will
  change their policies & they should not be depend
  only on the product which is exported from other
  countries.
 India have most of their imports from & exports to
  Asia & ASEAN
THANK YOU……

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statics presetation on import and export of the country

  • 1. IMPORT AND EXPORT OF INDIA…… BY: TANYA SHARMA
  • 2. ABOUT EXPORT…..  India’s merchandise exports reached a level of US$ 178.7 billion during 2009-10 registering a negative growth of 3.5 percent as compared to a growth of 13.6 percent during the previous year.  India’s exports reversed the trend in October, 2009 by registering a positive growth of 3.4%. The upward trend has been maintained since then wherein exports grew at the rate of 30.0 % in 3.4%
  • 3. MONTH PERCENTAGE GROWTH NOVEMBER,2009 30.0 DECEMBER,2009 20.3 Month-wise exports from JANUARY,2010 18.7 November, 2009 to FEBRUARY,2010 34.8 December, 2010 MARCH, 2010 54.1 APRIL, 2010 42.1 MAY, 2010 34.1 JUNE, 2010 46.5 JULY, 2010 13.8 Source : DGCI&S AUGUST, 2010 23.3 SEPTEMBER,2010 23.8 OCTOBER, 2010 21.3 NOVEMBER, 2010 26.5 DECEMBER, 2010 36.4
  • 4. CONTD…….  The actual exports exceeded the target by 2.1 per cent which is a remarkable achievement during a period of recession in India’s major export destinations. (Shown in next slide)
  • 5. TRENDS IN GROWTH OF EXPORTS…… 250 200 150 100 Export Target Actually Achieved 50 0
  • 6. MONTHLY GROWTH OF EXPORTS IN 2009-10 & 2010-11 60 50 40 30 20 10 2009-10 % GROWTH 0 2010-11 % GROWTH -10 -20 -30 -40 -50
  • 7. SHARE OF TOP 5 COMMODITY GROUPS IN INDIA’S EXPORTS 2010-11…..
  • 8. SHARE OF TOP 5 COMMODITIES IN INDIA'S EXPORT PETROLEUM (CRUDE & PRODUCTS GEMS &JEWELLERY 16.9% TRANSPORT EQUIPMENTS 14.9% 50.5% MACHINERY & INTRUMENTS DRUGS, PHARMACEUT 8.3% ICALS & FINE 4. CHEMICALS 6 4.8 % %
  • 10. TOP 5 COMMODITIES IN INDIA'S IMPORT PETROLEUM,CRUDE & PRODUCTS PEARLS PRECIOUS 30.1% SEMI PRECIOUS STONES GOLD 41.5% MACHINERY EXCEPT ELECTRICAL& ELECTRONIC 7.7% ELECTRONIC GOODS 7.7% 6.3% 6.7 OTHERS %
  • 11. INDIA’S TRADE DIVERSIFICATION…..  Asia and ASEAN region is India’s largest trading partner. During the period April- September 2010- 11, Asia and ASEAN region accounted for about 58% of India’s trade (exports and imports).  Europe and America, together, account for around 31% of India’s trade. Region – wise share of India’s Export and Import during April – September 2010- 11
  • 12. REGION WISE SHARE OF INDIA'S EXPORT 2010-11 1.12 2.0 % 8% 20.2% EUROPE AFRICA AMERICA 6.65% ASIA & ASEAN 53.48% CIS & BALTICS 16.46% UNSPECIFIED REGION
  • 13. REGION WISE SHARE OF INDIA'SS IMPORT 2% 2% 17% EUROPE 7% AFRICA AMERICA ASIA & ASEAN 10% CIS & BALTICS UNSPECIFIED REGION 62%
  • 14. INDIA’S TRADE BETWEEN MAJOR REGIONS OF THE WORLD….. 500 450 400 350 300 250 200 150 100 50 EXPORTS 0 IMPORTS
  • 15. GROWTH RATE(%) IN INDIA’S TRADE WITH MAJOR REGIONS 2010-11…. 60 50 40 30 EXPORTS IMPORTS 20 10 0 EUROPE AFRICA AMERICA AISA % CIS ASEAN BALTICS
  • 16. CONCLUSION…..  India should reduce their imports & increase their exports. As there is trade deficit in India.  This can only be done when the government will change their policies & they should not be depend only on the product which is exported from other countries.  India have most of their imports from & exports to Asia & ASEAN