Indian imports from Russia have quadrupled since the outbreak of war in Ukraine, reflecting both higher energy prices and a surge in volumes. So long as Russia’s energy sector is not specifically subject to Western sanctions, it is likely that India will remain a willing buyer, with the new rupee settlement mechanism potentially aiding trade between the two countries.
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