Exports up 5.26% at $25.63b in April

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India's exports grew by 5.26 per cent to $ 25.63 billion in April, while imports dipped by 15 per cent.

Imports during the first month of the current financial year, 2014-15, stood at $ 35.72 billion, leaving a trade deficit of $ 10 billion, as per the Commerce Ministry data released today.

Trade deficit in April 2013 was $ 17.67 billion.

Gold imports last month declined by 74.13 per cent to $ 1.75 billion from $ 6.78 billion in the same month last year.

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