1ndia’s imports of cotton and other sensitive products increased by 13.6%

according to 1ndian media reports, from April to June 2010, 1ndia’s imports of sensitive products increased by 13.6%, including edible oil, bean products, cotton, fruits and vegetables

according to the data released by the 1ndian government, from April to June, 1ndia’s total imports of goods amounted to 378 million rupees, up from 301 million rupees in the same period last year. Sensitive products accounted for 4.7% of total imports and 4.3% of total imports in the same period last year

among the sensitive imported products, edible oil, automobiles, fruits and vegetables, milk and dairy products, spices, marble and granite, alcoholic drinks and food all increased. However, imports of beans, cotton and silk declined

it can be seen that 1ndia’s oil imports increased by 11.5%, while the imports of refined oil decreased by 40.6%. The growth of edible oil imports was mainly due to the growth of soybean crude oil imports

1ndia’s sensitive products are mainly imported from 1ndonesia, China, South Korea, Brazil, the United States, Argentina and Germany

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