KOLKATA: Tea trades have enrolled a 8.67% expansion quantitatively and 6.02% expansion regarding esteem amid 2015-16 (April-November) when contrasted with the relating period a year ago, as per a Tea Board discharge issued on Tuesday.
The temporary Tea Exporters information discharged by Tea Board India has pegged tea sends out at 141.07 million kgs esteemed at Rs. 2746.04 crore amid 2015-16 (April-November), while the fare amid the relating period a year ago was 129.82 million kgs .
Production of Bought Leaf Factories (BLF sector) increased by 2.22% on an all-India basis, which indicates an increase of small tea growers’ share in the total production.
In the meantime, Estate generation in North India declined by 0.61% while in South India it diminished by 6.20%.
In spite of the fact that the amount of tea sold at Auction focuses all over India saw a peripheral increment of 0.26% yet the normal cost acknowledged amid the bartering fell by 2.01% on an all-India premise amid 2015-16 (April-November) when contrasted with the relating period a year ago.