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Indian Defence exports rise to $1.54 billion

Source : Tribune India

Indian Defence exports rise to $1.54 billion
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The value of defence exports has grown approximately by six times in the past few years and it now stands at Rs 11,607 crore ($1.54 billion) for this fiscal. The Ministry of Defence in a written reply in the Lok Sabha gave out year-wise details of value of exports. In 2014-15, exports were mere Rs 1,941 crore and have steadily risen since then.

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