Indian exports to Italy
Indian exports to Italy have been increasing consistently since 1997-98. India's exports to Italy in 1997-98 were worth US$ 972 million, which grew to US$ 1302 million in 2000-01. However, India's exports to Italy constitute only about 0.6% of Italy's total imports.
In 2006, Italy was ranked as the 7th largest economy in the world, in terms of GDP. In the same year, Italy's per capita GDP was US$ 30,200. One of the main reasons for such growth was Italy's trade relations with India.
Indian exports to Italy include items such as:
- Readymade garments
- Leather products
- Chemicals and dyes
- Iron ore
- Marine products
- Agricultural and engineering items
- Gems and jewelry
The following are some date regarding India's exports to Italy in recent years:
- $US 1054.25 million in 1998-1999
- $US 1118.99 million in 1999-2000
- $US 1301.95 million in 2000-2001