India's Rice exports fall 26.5% in Apr-July 2019: APEDA
Commodity Online | September 10 2019
UPDATED 10:57:07 IST

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India's rice exports in April-July declined 26.5% from a year ago to 3.14 million tonnes, a government body said, as demand for non-basmati rice was subdued from African buyers.

The country's non-basmati rice exports plunged 37% during the period to 1.7 million tonnes, the Agricultural and Processed Food Products Export Development Authority (APEDA) said in a statement.

India's rice exports in 2019/20 are likely to fall to their lowest level in seven years, industry officials said, as weak demand from African countries weighs and shippers absorb the absence of government incentives that supported previous sales.

India's guar gum exports dropped 16.3% to 148,812 tonnes on lower demand from the United States, while pulses exports fell 33% to 84,524 tonnes as local prices jumped due concerns over the production, the APEDA said.


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