Value of exports of goods

A country’s balance of trade is Rs. 75 crores. The value of imports of goods is Rs. 100 crores. What is the value of exports of goods?

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Balance of trade = value of exports – value of imports

75 = value of exports – 100.

That is, Value of exports = 100 + 75

 = Rs. 175 crores.

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