India’s budget, import-export. (By Sylodium, international trade directory).

India will also boost trade with South East Asia. 

Exports and imports suppose 43 percent of GDP,  and  in order to reduce the current account deficit (2.5% of GDP) and boost the exports by the Budget  there are two relevant measures:  The non-tax benefit available to SMEs for three years, even if they reach a higher category, what will boost exports of these companies, and the other measure,  the planning of  new ports (Sagar, Tuticorin) to boost international trade.

However, fuelled by the accustomed need of oil, coal and gold (big three); imports are projected to go up to 185 million tonnes in 2016-17 (100 million tonne in 2011-12). 

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