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India's trade gap set for scrutiny in July's budget

30 June 2014 Last updated at 07:40 BST

India's new government will deliver its first budget next month. The speech on 10 July is expected to set out specific policies to take on some very clear problems.

One issue that will be under focus is the gap between what India sells abroad and what it buys in for its own needs.

Importing more than it exports makes India's economy vulnerable - and some of the businesses trying to find a market abroad are worried too.

The BBC's Sameer Hashmi reports from Mumbai.

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