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India Cotton Export Decreases to US$ 531.26 M

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.com, India’s premier research company in export import market research has announced that India’s Cotton exports in June 2014 has fallen to US$ 531.26 M, a decrease of 19.09 percent compared to May 2014.

This finding is based on India Cotton export data of InfodriveIndia.com and is based on export shipping bills filed at Indian customs by exporters from India through June- 2014 at more than 110 ports in India like JNPT, Bombay Air and Sea, Chennai Air & Sea, Delhi IGI Air, Delhi Tughlakhabad ICD, Delhi Patparganj, Kolkata Air and Sea, Bangalore Air and many more. InfodriveIndia.com India Cotton Export database is considered to be the most comprehensive, up-to-date and authentic information on India’s foreign trade of Cotton.

According to Pradeep, Chief Research Associate of InfodriveIndia.com, compared to May 2014, a decrease of USD 531.26 M in June- 2014 has been noticed. He further gives a analysis and break up of major product categories, major countries and major Indian ports under Cotton as follows:

A. Exports of Cotton Yarn containing 85 percent or more by weight of Cotton has fallen month on month basis by -12.91 percent.

Total value of exports in June- 2014 was 262.16 M, compared to May 2014 , there is a decrease of -38.88 M in June- 2014, growth rate in percentage terms is -12.91 percent, the major destination countries were China, Bangladesh, Vietnam, Egypt and Peru and major Indian ports were Ludhiana ICD, Madras Sea, JNPT, Tuticorin Sea and Mundra.

B. Exports of Cotton not Carded or Combed has fallen month on month basis by -41.19 percent.
Total value of exports in June- 2014 was 118.68 M, compared to May 2014 , there is a decrease of -83.13 M in June- 2014, growth rate in percentage terms is -41.19 percent, the major destination countries were China, Bangladesh, Pakistan, Vietnam and Turkey and major Indian ports were Mundra, JNPT, Petrapole Road, Pipavab and Tuticorin Sea.

C. Exports of Woven Fabricss of Cotton containing 85% or weighing not more than 200 G/M2 has grew month on month basis by 7 percent.

Total value of exports in June- 2014 was 76.69 M, compared to May 2014 , there is a increase of 5.01 M in June- 2014, growth rate in percentage terms is 7 percent, the major destination countries were United Arab Emirates, Sri Lanka, Togo, Bangladesh and Benin and major Indian ports were JNPT, Mundra, Tuticorin Sea, Madras Sea and Ahmedabad ICD.

D. Exports of Woven Fabricss of Cotton containing 85% or weighing more than 200 G/M2 has fallen month on month basis by -13.74 percent.

Total value of exports in June- 2014 was 38.58 M, compared to May 2014 , there is a decrease of -6.15 M in June- 2014, growth rate in percentage terms is -13.74 percent, the major destination countries were Bangladesh, United States, Sri Lanka, Egypt and Colombia and major Indian ports were Petrapole Road, JNPT, Ahmedabad ICD, Tuticorin Sea and Madras Sea.

Pradeep says that the above information is on major product categories, and users requiring detailed analysis and reports on their specific products can contact Sales team at InfodriveIndia.com with detailed description of their product, brand names and its uses.
According to Pradeep, usually InfodriveIndia.com team delivers most of the projects within 3 working days.

InfodriveIndia.com analysis and research is done from export statistics from Indian customs which is based on export shipping bills filed at various ports, InfodriveIndia reporters collect this data from every Indian port, and InfodriveIndia database yields the most timely, accurate, comprehensive information available on trade through India Ports. Recently after a long and persistent lobbying with Indian Govt, InfodriveIndia.com has been able to release export import data almost on realtime basis, bringing the backlog time to just 3 days, compared to Govt sources which are around 6 months old. Another unique feature of InfodriveIndia.com database is unparalleled coverage of 110 ports in India.