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India: trade fact sheet

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Key facts and figures on Indo-British trade and investment

Total UK-India bilateral trade in goods and services was £16.33 Bn in 2015. While total trade in the first quarter of 2016 was £3.71 Bn registering a decline of about 26% as compared to the same period of 2015. Major items of trade in goods: UK Export- Power generating machinery & equipment, non-ferrous metals, metalliferous ores & metal scrap, general industrial machinery and equipment & machine, transport equipment, beverages, electrical machinery and appliances & electrical parts thereof, professional, scientific and controlling instruments and appliances, chemical materials & products. UK imports- Articles of apparel & clothing accessories, power generating machinery & equipment, petroleum, petroleum products & related materials, miscellaneous manufactured articles, textile yarn, fabrics, made up articles, footwear, medicinal & pharmaceutical products, manufactures of metal, road vehicles and other transport equipment.

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