India's exports grew by 10.22 per cent to $26.4 billion in June this year while imports stood at $38.24 billion, up by 8.33 per cent, leaving a trade deficit of $11.76 billion, according to the Ministry of Commerce and Industry's data.
Country's exports stood at $24 billion in June last year while imports were at $35.3 billion, the data showed.
Exports in May rose by 12.4 per cent to $28 billion over the same month a year ago, while imports fell by 11.4 per cent to $39.23 billion.
In the April-June period, exports grew by 9.31 per cent to $80.11 billion.
Imports, however, dipped by 6.92 per cent to $113.19 billion during the first three months of this financial year.
Trade deficit during the period stood at $33.08 billion.
Oil imports increased by 10.9 per cent in June to $13.34 billion. Non-oil imports during the month under review were up by 7 per cent to $24.9 billion.
Country's gold imports were up by 65.13 per cent to $3.12 billion in June this year from $1.88 billion in the same month last year.