Report: Government records increase in country's exports from April 1 to 14
Report: Government records increase in country's exports from April 1 to 14

New Delhi: The country's exports increased to $ 13.72 billion between April 1 and 14 this year. This information has been obtained from the provisional figures of the Ministry of Commerce. Exports have increased mainly due to good performance in engineering and gems and jewelry sector. The figure for exports from April 1 to 14 last year was $ 3.59 billion.

In April last year, exports had fallen by a record 60 percent due to the lockdown imposed by the coronavirus. According to the data, the country's exports reached $ 19.93 billion in the period under review, which was recorded at $ 6.54 billion on April 14, 2020. The Ministry will release the final figures of exports for April 2021 in the middle of May. Exports in March increased by 60.29 percent to $ 34.45 billion. In the last full fiscal year 2020-21, exports had decreased by 7.26 percent to $ 290.63 billion.

Consumer technology product brand Boat has reported that it has received funding from Qualcomm Ventures, the investment arm of Qualcomm Incorporated. However, Boat has not disclosed how much he received. The company has said that through this investment, it will be able to introduce new audio and lifestyle products in various fields. At the same time, it will increase its research and development and manufacturing capacity.

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