India's GDP export share increases to 21.4 percent from 18.7 percent in 2020–21.
According to government data, the percentage of exports of goods and services in India's gross domestic product (GDP) increased from 18.7% to 21.4% in the fiscal year 2021–2022
Anupriya Patel, Minister of State for Commerce and Industry, stated in a written reply in the Rajya Sabha that
India's export of goods and services increased to Rs 50,63,885 crore in the fiscal year 2021–22 while the country's GDP stood at Rs 2,36,64,637 crore during the year.
From 10.9 percent in 2020–21 to 13.3 percent in 2021–22, exports of products as a whole have climbed as a percentage of GDP.
18.8% of the GDP was made up of exports of goods and services in the fiscal year 2017–18. In 2018–19,
it increased to 19.9%, but in 2019–20, it fell to 18.7%.
The percentage of GDP that was made up of exports of goods and services for the fiscal year 2020–21 remained constant at 18.7%. (ANI)