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Exports of India v/s Other G-20 Countries in 2014

April 11, 2016 Author : OGD PMU Team

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India had exports worth $322 billion in 2014. It accounted for 1.69% of the total world exports of $19002 billion in 2014. Among the G-20 countries, India ranked on the 13th place in terms of value of exports in US dollars in the year 2014.

World had exports worth $19002 billion (including re-exports) in 2014. The top 10 countries, amongst G-20 countries, accounted for 49.05% of total world exports in value terms during 2014.

China had exports worth $2342 billion in 2014. It accounted for 12.33% of the total world exports in 2014. United States had exports worth $1621 billion in 2014. It accounted for 8.53% of the total world exports in 2014. Germany had exports worth $1508 billion in 2014. It accounted for 7.94% of the total world exports in 2014. Japan had exports worth $684 billion in 2014. It accounted for 3.6% of the total world exports in 2014. France had exports worth $583 billion in 2014. It accounted for 3.07% of the total world exports in 2014. These top 5 countries, amongst G-20 countries, in terms of exports accounted for 35.47% of total world exports in value terms during 2014.

Republic of Korea had exports of $573 billion in 2014, accounting for 3.02% of the total world exports in 2014. Italy had exports of $529 billion in 2014, accounting for 2.78% of the total world exports in 2014. United Kingdom had exports of $506 billion in 2014, accounting for 2.66% of the total world exports in 2014. Russian Federation had exports of $498 billion in 2014, accounting for 2.62% of the total world exports in 2014. Canada had exports of $475 billion in 2014, accounting for 2.5% of the total world exports in 2014.

Note: Figures in USD Billion. Figures of exports given above are of export from respective countries to the world; CAGR stands for Compound Annual Growth Rate; NA: Not Available; Original Source: International Trade Statistics 2015; World Trade Organization (2002-2014- data); International Financial Statistics; IMF (2010-2014-data); European Commission Dte. General for Trade (For EU Exports Data) and European Central Bank (for Euro -Dollar Conversion); and also published in statistical year book 2016 by MOSPI.

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Source: Ministry of Statistics and Programme Implementation
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