By leaps and bounds: India’s exports to touch all-time high of $330 billion in FY19

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New Delhi | Updated: Mar 15, 2019 7:06 AM

Notwithstanding global challenges like protectionist measures by some countries, India is projected to achieve exports of $330 billion, a record, in 2018-19, with a major contribution coming from the engineering sector.

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Notwithstanding global challenges like protectionist measures by some countries, India is projected to achieve exports of $330 billion, a record, in 2018-19, with a major contribution coming from the engineering sector, commerce secretary Anup Wadhawan said on Thursday. He inaugurated the 8th International Engineering Sourcing Show (IESS) in Chennai.

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“This year has been particularly good for us. We are likely to touch an all-time record and go past our earlier peak of $314 billion in 2013-14 and hope to reach about $325-330 billion this year,” Wadhawan said at the IESS-VIII, the annual flagship event of the EEPC India.

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