: Good exports order position propels growth in April: FIEO #FinanceIndia #StockMarketNEWS Good exports order position propels growth in April: FIEO New Delhi, May 3 (KNN) Reacting to the trade data
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Good exports order position propels growth in April: FIEO New Delhi, May 3 (KNN) Reacting to the trade data of April, 2021, Sharad Kumar Saraf, President, FIEO said that the impressive growth reiterates our assessment that order booking position of our exporters is extremely good and with gradual improvement of situation in the country, will push exports growth further.
He said that over 15 per cent growth on the base of April 2019 is a better indicator and reflects a positive double-digit trend. Saraf particularly emphasised that the growth in labour-intensive sectors like Gems & Jewellery, Handicrafts and Carpets augur well for the job scenario, which is most relevant in the current context.
Federation of Indian Export Organisation (FIEO) president also added that such a growth has been mainly on account of 29 out of 30 major product groups of exports showing either a very impressive high positive growth starting with four digit and almost all ending with a very high double-digit growth continuously defying all the odds for the second time during the year 2021 as still the global economy is passing through these challenging times.
"The exports of Gems and Jewellery, Jute mfg. Including floor covering, Carpets, Handicrafts excl. Hand-made carpet, Leather and leather manufactures, RMG of All Textiles, Cotton yarn/fabrics/made-ups, handloom products etc. , Man-made yarn/fabrics/made-ups etc. , Ceramic products and glassware, Other cereals, Electronic Goods, Oil meals, Cashew, Mica, coal and other ores, minerals including process, Engineering goods, Tobacco, Iron ore, Petroleum products, Cereal preparations and miscellaneous processed item, Oil Seeds, Meat, dairy and poultry products, Tea, Marine products, Spices, Coffee, Organic and Inorganic Chemicals, Rice, Plastic and linoleum, Fruits and vegetables and Drugs and pharmaceuticals were the sectors, which contributed towards showing such a spectacular performance by the exports sector during the month, he said.
Saraf also added that such a growth performance in exports during the first month of the new financial year augurs well for the sector as it will help in paving a new growth path for the sector as a whole during the fiscal. FIEO Chief also reiterated that the continuous support and help provided by the Government during these difficult times has been commendable.
He thanked the overall exporting community for continuously showing resilience and coming up with impressive performance even during these torrid times. Further an increase in April 2021 imports by about 166 percent to 45. 45 billion dollars compared to the same period during the previous fiscal led to a trade deficit of 15.