Exports To China Double

New Delhi, May 22: | Updated: May 23 2003, 05:30am hrs
Exports to China have doubled during the past two years from $828.68 million in 2000-01 to $1,662.86 million during 2002-03 (April-February). The countrys exports to China have also shown a record 96.48 per cent growth during 2002-03 (April-February) compared to the same period during 2001-02, says an official release.

The items which have shown an impressive growth in the Chinese market during 2002-03 (April-February) include primary and semi-finished iron and steel (3,823.98 per cent), iron and steel bar/rod etc (826.75 per cent), man-made staple fibre (703.83 per cent), non-ferrous metals (613.07 per cent), processed minerals (521.60 per cent) and woollen yarn, fabrics, made ups etc (309.88 per cent).