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(4.3) Export Import Procedure & Documentation Group 1 Presented to… Prof. Jalpa Ma’am Exports of Tea from India

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(4.3)Export Import Procedure

& Documentation

Group 1

Presented to…Prof. Jalpa

Ma’am

Exports of Tea from India

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Group Members:01-Shruthi 18-Rumana 22-Sanjal 34-Farheen 31-Fahmeem

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Flow of the PresentationHistory of tea

IntroductionTea Board of IndiaMajor tea producing regions in IndiaArticlesSize of the IndustryExport shareTop 10 countries Exporting teaTop 10 countries Importing tea

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Leading Indian tea exporting companies.Contribution to Nation.CrisisMajor causes of the crisisHasmukhrai & co.

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History of TeaTea origin- China (4th Century A.D)In 1780 tea cultivation experimented in India.May 1838 tea from India (Assam) was sent to England for the 1st time. Till 2004 India ranked 1st being the largest producer of tea.

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India Ranks 4th in terms of total tea exporters in the world.85% of household consume 81% of total tea produced.The best quality tea are CTC and Orthodox Assam Tea.

Introduction

CTC Orthodox

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Tea Board of IndiaThe Tea Board of India is an state agency

of the Government of India.Established in 1953PurposeHeadquarter- KolkataTea board is responsible for the Certification numbers to exports of certain tea merchants.Tasks of Tea Board of India

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Darjeeling is known for white & oolong tea.Specialty- Thin body tea, light colored.Darjeeling tea cannot be grown or manufactured anywhere else in the world.

Major Tea Producing regionsin India

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Nilgiri is known for Dark tea.Specialty- Intensely aromatic, fragrant and flavored.

Assam is known for black tea.Specialty- Tea body, briskness, malty flavor, strong & bright color. 2nd Commercial tea producing region.

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Article 1

Tea Board to use Facebook, Twitter to promote tea

consumption

January 28, 2013PTI

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sSize of the IndustryRegistered tea manufacturers- 1,692Registered tea Exporters- 2,200India in terms of world tea production- 27%Tea gardens- 13,000

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Export shareWorld Tea Export share of India is 12-13% approx.Major Importers- Russian and CIS countries.43% of India’s tea is exported to Russian and CIS countries.

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Year

19611971198119912001200520062007

India’s share as percentage of world

export37.1830.2829.4619.6516.8212.7013.7711.26

Source:AnnualBulletinOfStatistics 2006, ITC,

London

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Countries

Exports US $”000 in(2008)

Sri lanka 1,258,700Kenya 934,921China 713,011India 590,266U.K 324,694Germany 297,227Indonesia 158,959Vietnam 147,300Rwanda 125,454U.A.E 114,803

Top 10 countries exporting tea

Source:FAOStatistic

al Yearboo

k 2010

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Top 10 countries importing teaCountry Imports in US

$’ 000 (2008)Russian Federations

5,10,872

United Arab Emirates

4,52,111

U.K 3,67,564U.S.A 3,18,535Iran 2,84,873Germany 1,83,141Japan 1,82,173Pakistan 1,81,699France 1,49,905Canada 1,48,197

Source:FAOStatistic

al Yearboo

k 2010

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Indian tea exports register decline: ITA chairman

February 17, 2013PTI

Article 2

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Leading Indian tea exporting companies

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Contribution to NationTotal turnover- around Rs 10,000 croresNet foreign Exchange earned- around Rs. 1,847 crores.Direct employees- 1.27 million (plantation).Indirect employment of- 2 million individuals.

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World supply & Demand Year World

supplyWorld demand

Difference Surplus

1990 2577.10 2563.87 + 13.23

2000 2933.49 2881.35 + 52.14

2001 3061.43 3002.44 + 58.99

2002 3086.59 3015.61 + 70.98

2003 3216.76 3151.71 + 65.05

2004 3328.65 3182.05 + 146.60

2005 3468.29 3362.96 +105.33

2006 3577.20 3438.99 + 138.21

2007 3726.70 3620.06 + 106.64

Source: Annual bulletin of statistics ITC London.

In (millionton)

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CrisisCrisis phase since 1990’sClosure of many tea estates.MNC’s withdrawing from production of tea.Major importing countries are showing a sharp decline towards Indian tea.

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Major causes of the CrisisDecline in demand for Indian tea in the

global market.Poor Price realizationsDefective market structure.Increase in cost of production.

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Interviewed- Mr. Vithal GaykwaadAddress- Shop no. 7, Sai appt opp. Mira road Post office Mira road (E) Thane 401107Phone no.- 28551574

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Conclusion

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