New Delhi: India's exports grew by 33.2 percent to USD 192.7 billion in the April-November period of the 2011-12 financial year, Commerce Secretary Rahul Khullar said Friday.
"Growth in exports is still good," he told reporters here.
The country's imports also rose by 30.2 percent to USD 309.5 billion during the period, leaving a trade gap of USD 116.8 billion, he said.
Exports in November stood at USD 22.3 billion, while imports amounted to USD 35.9 billion, Khullar said.
The trade deficit stood at USD 13.6 billion during the month under review, he added.
First Published: Friday, December 09, 2011, 14:11