ISLAMABAD (APP) - Indias onion exports fell by 33 per cent to 94,800 tonnes in September on the back of higher demand and lower prices of Pakistani and Chinese onions in the overseas markets. Indian Express reported that Indias onion export last month fell to 94,800 tonnes against 1,41,298 tones a year earlier, mainly due to exports by Pakistan and China, The demand of Pakistani and Chinese onions in the overseas markets was higher, as their prices were lower by USD 50 a tonne compared with Indian onion, which was selling above USD 350 a tonne last month. Pakistan is now exporting onions having imported heavily from India last fiscal. However, this year, it is exporting large volumes as it has harvested a good crop.