India China Export and Import
Bilateral trade amongst India and China has moved to practically US$50 billion amid the past nine months of the current financial year, higher than trade with any of India’s other exchanging partners, as per a review by the PHD Chamber of Commerce in India. China export and import of US$49.5 billion in trade over the past nine months of the current financial year (April – December 2013) surpassed Indian trade with any other nation. The U.S., which is presently India’s second biggest exchanging accomplice, saw US$46 billion worth of exchange over a similar period — over US$3 billion less than the trade with China. As its economy recoups, be that as it may, the U.S., has re- developed as India’s top exporting partner, with exports from India to the U.S. achieving US$29.3 billion in the past nine months of the current financial year.