Growth was due to high demand for engineering goods, pharma, petroleum products
India’s outbound shipments rose for the first time in seven months with merchandise exports registering a 6% growth in September—higher than the estimated 5.3% in provisional data released earlier. The growth was primarily driven by an increase in demand for engineering goods, petroleum products, pharmaceuticals and ready-made garments.
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