Which country exports the most from India?
India exports approximately 7500 commodities to about 192 countries. The following table shows India’s 10 largest destinations for exports in 2019-2020.
|Value (US$ billion)||57.7|
|Share of overall exports||16.94%|
What foreign countries import from India?
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|India Imports By Country||Value||Year|
|United Arab Emirates||$23.90B||2020|
Which product is most exported from India?
List of exports 2012
What does China import from India?
India-China Trade – Latest year-on-year data (In $ million)
|Top 10 items of imports from China||April-August 2021|
|Electronics components||$3,765 million|
|Computer hardware||$2,944 million|
|Telecom instruments||$2,402 million|
|Organic chemicals||$2,232 million|
What are exported from India?
Below are 7 of the top exported products of India.
- Refined petroleum. Among the top exported products of India, the petroleum industry of India is a major source of income from the export market. …
- Precious stones and Gems. …
- Mineral fuels. …
- Cars. …
- Mechanical equipment. …
- Organic Chemicals. …
- Pharmaceutical products.
What does UAE import from India?
Since years, India has been a leading exporter of oil as well as non- oil products to UAE. Almost 9.2 percent of the total import of UAE is from India. … Food items are the major export of India in UAE but along with that, UAE also imports machinery, jewelry, pearls, vegetables etc.
What India produces the most?
India is the world’s largest producer of milk, pulses and jute, and ranks as the second largest producer of rice, wheat, sugarcane, groundnut, vegetables, fruit and cotton. It is also one of the leading producers of spices, fish, poultry, livestock and plantation crops.
What ranks first in Indian export?
The top five commodity groups that Indian exported most during July 2021 were petroleum products (215 per cent), gems and jewellery (130 per cent), other cereals (70.25 per cent), man-made yarn and fabrics (58 per cent) and cotton yarn and fabrics (48.02 per cent).