EXPORT IMPORT DATA

Date : 30-Apr-2012
Subject : Export of Agricultural Products

 

Export of Agricultural Products

 

The quantum and value of export of agricultural products during     2008-09, 2009-10 and 2010-11 are given at Annexure.  Complete data on annual basis for 2011-12 is not yet available.

 

The Government does not fix targets for export for agricultural products because agriculture policy in India is guided by a number of objectives which include food self sufficiency, ensuring remunerative prices to farmers and easy availability of essential commodities at reasonable prices in the domestic market. Moreover, export of agricultural products depends on a variety of factors including availability of surplus, international demand and supply situation, quality standards and price competitiveness.

 

 The imports of major agricultural products for the years 2008-09,   2009-10 and 2010-11 were USD 6219 million, USD 10645 million and USD 10593 million, respectively.  Complete annual data for agriculture imports for 2011-12 are not yet available.  There is no major change in the value of imports of agricultural products in 2010-11 over 2009-10.

 

 From time to time Government analyses data on import and export of agricultural commodities.  Review of domestic availability/deficit/surplus of essential agricultural commodities are done at various levels like the Empowered Group of Ministers (EGoM), Cabinet Committee on Prices (CCP), Committee of Secretaries (CoS) etc. Appropriate decisions on allowing or banning/restricting exports/imports of any particular agricultural product/commodity are taken by EGoM/CCP after considering various factors including stocks of agriculture products available in the country, surplus over and above the buffer stock norm and strategic reserve requirements, if any, the concerns of food security, availability of agriculture products to common man at reasonable prices and remunerative returns to the grower and price competitiveness in the international market etc. 

 

ANNEXURE

 

DETAILS OF EXPORT OF AGRICULTURE ITEMS DURING LAST THREE YEARS

 

Qty in 000’ MT /Value in USD million

 

2008-2009

2009-2010

2010-2011

PRODUCT

Qty

Value

Qty

Value

Qty

Value

AGRI & ALLIED PRODUCTS

 

 

 

 

 

 

OIL MEALS

6742.94

2232.93

4688.85

1656.03

6797.86

2379.53

BASMATI RICE

1556.41

2060.67

2016.78

2297.29

2183.50

2320.90

SUGAR

3332.00

967.33

44.05

23.26

3241.35

2268.32

OTHER CEREALS

3999.65

852.48

2924.47

627.23

3189.81

790.79

JAGGERY AND CONFECTIONERY

1467.90

435.93

53.64

49.20

1068.38

766.94

TOBACCO UNMANUFACTURED

179.36

600.98

230.88

763.97

207.55

659.85

CASTOR OIL

356.44

461.56

397.70

459.40

411.21

625.64

GUARGUM

258.57

291.15

218.48

239.09

403.68

616.93

CASHEW

126.15

630.79

122.17

591.13

91.56

570.02

SESAME SEEDS

155.27

324.91

215.98

315.48

343.03

481.45

GROUND NUTS

297.89

269.41

340.25

300.83

417.15

459.43

FRESH ONIONS

1670.19

397.37

1664.92

489.33

1163.47

382.09

OTHER PROCESSED FRUITS AND VEGETABLES

387.13

298.28

397.98

302.85

340.07

288.80

CEREAL PREPRATIONS

206.93

239.38

168.80

213.83

215.73

269.16

MOLLASES

0.17

17.98

31.10

4.17

1822.88

218.62

OTHER FRESH VEGETABLES

505.29

147.90

419.24

154.40

490.91

195.91

MISCELLANEOUS PREPARATIONS

139.64

128.66

158.80

146.47

182.18

191.81

PULSES

136.88

117.92

100.13

86.14

205.82

187.17

MANGO PULP

173.01

163.73

186.20

157.09

171.93

178.59

TOBACCO MANUFACTURED

0.00

150.88

0.00

152.78

0.00

173.56

ALCOHOLIC BEVERAGES

56.15

117.97

70.50

124.37

132.11

173.36

DRIED AND PRESERVED VEGETABLES

147.86

107.94

124.61

112.25

110.17

113.42

OTHER FRESH FRUITS

256.77

93.69

260.68

110.30

253.85

107.43

FRESH GRAPES

124.63

88.85

131.15

115.05

99.31

90.40

FLORICULTURE

30.80

80.19

26.81

62.12

27.78

62.85

NON BASMATI RICE

931.88

366.90

139.54

77.07

99.29

48.75

FRUIT AND VEGETABLE SEEDS

8.54

26.09

8.88

30.61

11.18

38.44

FRESH MANGOES

83.70

37.12

74.46

42.31

59.22

35.74

MILLED PRODUCTS

41.05

17.69

60.28

27.89

74.38

35.40

WALNUTS

5.70

30.71

9.07

41.75

5.24

34.34

COCOA PRODUCTS

6.83

18.27

5.86

20.46

6.96

28.85

SHALLAC

6.03

22.59

4.18

15.04

3.88

24.78

NIGER SEEDS

13.72

13.97

6.00

5.11

11.82

9.03

WHEAT

1.12

0.32

0.05

0.01

0.35

0.13

 
 

PRODUCT

2008-2009

2009-2010

2010-2011

Qty

Value

Qty

Value

Qty

Value

ANIMAL PRODUCTS

 

 

 

 

 

 

BUFFALO MEAT

462.75

1052.34

495.02

1156.24

709.44

1845.70

DAIRY PRODUCTS

70.15

213.28

34.38

84.95

36.87

117.13

POULTRY PRODUCTS

1057.02

91.77

1016.78

78.51

619.15

66.11

SHEEP / GOAT MEAT

37.79

107.28

52.87

157.64

11.91

55.55

NATURAL HONEY

15.59

32.39

13.31

30.94

31.68

54.76

ANIMAL CASINGS

1.82

1.92

2.02

6.65

1.81

7.71

PROCESSED MEAT

0.86

2.21

0.72

2.02

1.37

4.62

SWINE MEAT

0.82

1.99

1.12

2.18

1.12

2.31

GRAND TOTAL

25053.40

13315.72

16918.71

11333.44

25256.96

16982.32

 

Source: DGCI&S

 

This information was given by Shri Anand Sharma ,  Union Minister for Commerce, Industry and  Textiles  in written reply to a question in  Lok    Sabha today.

 

 DS/GK

 

 

 

(Release ID :82830)

 

 

 

Source: pib.nic.in


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