In a statement obtained from the National Bureau of Statistics (NBS), the largest exported commodity to India was petroleum oils and oils obtained from bituminous minerals crude (N774.5 billion).
This was followed by natural gas liquefied (N89.8 billion) and liquefied petroleum gas (cooking gas) (N6.7 billion).
On the other hand, Nigeria imported goods from India worth N430.4 billion, of which, kerosene-type jet fuel ranked highest with a value at N40.1 billion. This was followed by imported motorcycles and cycles, imported completely knocked down (CKD) by established manufacturers (N39.9 billion), other anti-malaria (N20.4billion).
After India, exports to Spain ranked second during the fourth quarter of 2021, valued at N789.2 billion
representing 13.7 per cent of total exports. The largest exported commodity to Spain was petroleum oils and oils obtained from bituminous minerals, crude (624.0 billion).