India's exports rise 12.4 pct in May - govt
NEW DELHI, June 11
NEW DELHI, June 11 (Reuters) - India's exports rose 12.4 percent in May over the previous year - the sharpest rise in 6 months - helped by a weaker rupee, government data showed on Wednesday.
Exports in May reached $28 billion, data released by the Ministry of Commerce and Industry showed.
However, the trade deficit stood at $11.23 billion, up from $10.09 billion in April. (Reporting by Rajesh Kumar Singh; Editing by Malini Menon and Douglas Busvine)
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