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Exportable surplus and domestic consumption: a case of tea

Exportable surplus and domestic consumption: a case of tea

Economic Journal of Nepal 8(1): 1-6

India's rapid increase in population size and the consequent rise in the domestic demand for tea, along with the slow increase in production, have been responsible for the poor export performance of tea. The study was carried out to examine India's export performance of tea and to identify factors responsible for increasing domestic consumption of tea. Export performance was assessed by examining India's share in world tea exports over the past two decades.

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