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India's services exports fall 1.4% to $17.3 billion in September: RBI data

The services exports (receipts) in September 2019 stood at $17.54 billion

Services Exports | India's services exports | Indian Economy

Press Trust of India  |  Mumbai 

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Cumulatively, the services exports stood at $100.97 billion during April-September 2020

India's in September fell 1.4 per cent to USD 17.29 billion, data from the Reserve Bank of India (RBI) showed on Friday.

The (receipts) in September 2019 stood at USD 17.54 billion.

Services imports (or payments) also dropped 8.7 per cent to USD 10.14 billion as against USD 11.10 billion in the year-ago month, according to the RBI data on international trade in services.

Cumulatively, the stood at USD 100.97 billion during April-September 2020 and the imports were USD 58.98 billion.

The RBI releases monthly data on India's international trade in services with a lag of around 45 days. The data on services are provisional and would undergo revision when the balance of payments (BoP) data are released on a quarterly basis, the central bank said.

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First Published: Fri, November 13 2020. 19:15 IST