IMPORTS, EXPORTS AND GDP OF OMAN : A CASE STUDY

Anitha Ravikumar

Abstract


The role of international trade is increasing day by day and its impact on economic growth is also crucial. This study examines both exports and imports and its impact on GDP as exports alone cannot contribute to GDP as import also contributes to the domestic demand growth of the economy. The results show that import and export accelerates GDP contributing to economic growth.


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