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Date : December 20,2012
 
Poppy seeds prices persists to shoot up.There is a high demand from the Indian exporters of poppy seeds as well as the international exporters. .....

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Date : December 20,2012
 
State Cooperative Rubber Marketing Federation of Kerala (RubberMark) has asked for the ways to compel a total ban on rubber imports and encouraging exports by extending subsidy benefiting the
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Date : December 20,2012
 
Cardamom being one of the major indian spices faces a slow moving market since last week because of slack demand from Indian exporters.....

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Date : December 20,2012
 
Recently the cloves prices in the international and domestic markets are leading south on elevated availability affecting the indian spice e.....

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Date : April 11,2012
 
Lower arrival of cashew kernels during coming months may result in significant shortage of cashew kernels in Indian market - resulting in higher price of cashew in near future. Such a scenario may adv.....

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Date : January 31,2012
 
The next time you see shiny red apples being sold in your neighbourhood, they might just be from China. Every winter, Chinese apples - imported mostly from the Shaanxi province - invade Delhi's frui.....

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Date : January 30,2012
 
The Zimbabwean Government has decided to cut duty on import of clothes and textiles, Finance Minister of Zimbabwe has said. The duty on textile and clothing items was recently raised from 40 percent.....

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Date : January 30,2012
 
The government may request Indonesia to reconsider a recent decision to raise taxes on coal exports that threatens the fate of many Indian power projects, according to Coal Secretary. The aim would .....

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Date : January 30,2012
 
Indian apparel exporters are now looking at diversifying their portfolio. Exporters are finding difficulty in exporting garments due to dem.....

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Date : January 30,2012
 
An embarrassed government is likely to lower exports numbers for 2010-11 as part of a clean-up drive, following a $9.7-billion over-estimation of shipments in the first seven months of the current f.....

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Date : January 30,2012
 
Hosiery industry is in a spin over "Chinese apparel arriving through illegal channels", which is eating away into its profits. People connected with the industry, which has earned Ludhiana the title.....

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Date : January 30,2012
 
India-China bilateral trade hit a record $73.9 billion last year, but the ballooning trade deficit in Beijing's favour rose to over $27 billion, raising concern among Indian authorities. The bilater.....

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Date : January 28,2012
 
The Commerce Department is mulling an institutional mechanism for revising trade data to improve accuracy after the recent downward revision in exports numbers by $9 billion for April-October 2011 rai.....

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Date : January 28,2012
 
Offshore shipments by Indian spice exporters were approximately 3,51,900 tonne of spices valued at Rs 6,209.08 crore (USD 1,332.25 mil.....

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Date : January 28,2012
 
Rice exports of Basmati Rice exporters from India, the world's second-largest producer, may go up by 32 per cent to five million tonnes.....

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