Nepal’s foreign trade: imports worth Rs1205 billion, exports of Rs.108 billion



KATHMANDU: Most parts of the country are shut down due to the restraining orders. A ban has been imposed in the country since April 30. Imports and exports have not been significantly affected, even during this year’s ban.

According to the Customs Department, goods worth 1,205.4 billion rupees were imported in the first ten months of the current fiscal year.

This amount is 22.34 percent more than the amount for the same period last year. Goods worth Rs. 108.48 billion were exported during this period. This is an increase of 32.19 percent more than the amount for the same period last year.

10 most imported items

The country imported diesel worth 70.56 billion rupees in the first ten months of the current fiscal year. This was worth Rs. 75.79 billion in the corresponding period of the previous year.

Likewise, imports of MS Willett worth Rs. 57.54 billion, soybean crude oil Rs. 39.46 billion, mobile and telephone Rs. 30.09 billion and Rs of LPG. 29.51 billion were imported in the last 10 months.

Likewise, gasoline was imported at 26.88 billion rupees, ready-made clothes at 26.12 billion rupees, rice at 23.39 billion rupees, coal at 22.39 billion rupees. rupees and polyethylene grains to 21.76 billion rupees.

Import duplicates

Imports of MS Willet, soybean oil and cell phones have doubled even during the global Corona outbreak.

Imports of mobile phones are estimated to have doubled in the past 10 months since educational institutions started hosting virtual classrooms.

Mobile phones worth Rs 32 billion were imported in the first 10 months of the current fiscal year. Cell phones worth Rs 14.68 billion were imported during the same period last year.

Imports of soybean crude oil amounted to Rs 14.2 billion in the first ten months of the previous fiscal year, compared to Rs 39.46 billion in the same period of the current fiscal year.

MS Wallet’s imports have increased from Rs 35.42 billion in the first ten months of last fiscal year to Rs 57.48 billion in the corresponding period of the current fiscal year.

Soybean oil in the top list of exports

According to data released by the ministry, refined soybean oil is number one on the export list.

In the first ten months of the current fiscal year, 215.1 million kg of refined soybean oil worth 35.75 billion rupees were exported. In the corresponding period of the previous fiscal year, 63.4 million kg of refined oil worth Rs. 8.36 billion were exported.

The demand for cardamom in the world market has also increased.

In the first ten months of the current fiscal year 7.5 million kg of cardamom worth Rs. 5.99 billion were exported. 4.1 million kg of cardamom worth Rs. 3.34 billion were exported during the corresponding period of the previous year.

In addition to them, synthetic yarn worth 6.36 billion rupees, carpet worth 5.58 billion rupees, ready-made clothes worth 4.39 billion billion rupees, jute fabric worth 3.53 billion rupees and tea worth 3.35 billion rupees were exported.

Likewise, fruit juices worth 3.35 billion rupees, cotton cloth worth 3.34 billion rupees and other textiles (wool, cotton) worth 2 74 billion rupees were exported.



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