Can`t compromise India`s security, no arms to Pakistan: Israel

Israel has denied having sold military equipment to Pakistan and said it could do nothing to compromise its excellent strategic relations with India.

Pakistan Army rejects Israeli arms import report

A British government report said Israel exported military equipment to Islamabad despite having no diplomatic ties.

Pakistan blames India for delayed MFN status

Islamabad has held New Delhi responsible for the delay in the process of granting Most Favoured Nation status to India.

Chinese sentenced over export to Pakistan nuclear plant

A Chinese executive has been ordered to pay penalty of USD 100,000 for conspiring to illegally export high-performance coatings to nuclear power plant in Pakistan.

No ban on iron ore exports from Goa: Kamat

Goa Chief Minister Digambar Kamat
on Thursday dismissed reports about a possible ban on iron ore
exports from the state.

Libyan rebels to resume oil exports through tanker

Oil exports can provide the rebels crucial funding amid escalating violence.

Rare metal exports will not be used as a bargaining tool: China

China has said it will not use rare metals as a diplomatic "bargaining tool".

Exports expand 36.2 percent in April: Govt

The economic crisis-worn exports sector posted a staggering 36.2 per cent growth in April to USD 16.9 billion, but the government tempered the euphoria saying growth appeared large due to last year`s poor showing.

BrahMos missiles readying for exports

Indo-Russian BrahMos supersonic
cruise missile will soon be ready for exports, with six
countries in Asia, Africa and South America showing interest
in buying the weapon system, considered to be the best in its
class.

India`s December exports up 9.3 percent

India`s exports rose an annual 9.3 percent in December to USD 14.6 billion.

Japan exports log first rise in 15 months

Japan`s exports rose for the first time in 15 months in December as demand from China and other parts of Asia surged, official data showed Wednesday.

Maruti aims to maintain export at 1.3 lakh units in 2010-11

The country`s largest carmaker Maruti Suzuki aims to maintain export of its different models at 1.3 lakh units next fiscal, which is the same as this one, a top company official said Saturday.

Govt announces Rs 500 cr incentive to encourage exports

The government on Tuesday announced incentives worth Rs. 450-500 crore for exporters encouraging them to aggressively market products in China and Japan and build on the recovery witnessed since November last year.

Sectoral package for exporters soon, says Sharma

The Commerce Ministry will announce sops for select exporters in the next few days, contrary to the Finance Ministry pitching for a roll-back of the stimulus packages to the industry.

Hyundai expects to stay on top in tougher India market

Hyundai Motor is bracing for tougher competition in India as more global rivals attack the small-car segment, but said it would continue to be a top player due to its big volumes and sprawling sales network.

Economy off to promising start; exports, auto sales soar

A slew of feel-good news greeted India Inc on the New Year Day with November exports showing signs of scripting a turnaround story and December auto sales zooming, further cementing hopes of a gala 2010.

Exports rise for first time in 14 months

India`s exports rose an annual 18.2 percent in November to $13.2 billion.

Tax hike to hurt iron ore exports

India`s imposition of an extra 5 percent export tax on iron ore would make overseas sales from the world`s third-largest exporter uncompetitive just as demand from China was improving.

China to seek bigger share of world exports

Beijing will not relax its efforts to sell Chinese products overseas in 2010 and seek a bigger share in the global market, China`s vice trade minister said.

Handicraft exports jump 44% in November

The Christmas orders for handmade items such as art metalware, woodware, paintings, zari and zari products have helped turn the fortunes of the domestic handicraft exporters for the third month in a row.