India's Russian imports up 3.5 times on oil buys despite Western pressure

It's now the 4th largest petroleum supplier for India with exports worth $1.3 bn in April

Photo: Bloomberg

Photo: Bloomberg

New Delhi
On the back of rising crude oil purchases, India’s bill for imports from sanctions-hit Russia jumped 3.5 times in a year in April to $2.3 billion, showed data from the

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First Published: Jun 21 2022 | 10:33 PM IST

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