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Vol. 10, Special Issue 6 (2021)

Export performance of orange from Indian

Author(s):
Asmita Kadu, Utkarsha Gaware, Paresh Baviskar, Krutika Parvekar and Mili Pusdekar
Abstract:
The study explores the export performance of oranges from India to different countries during the period 2008-09 to 2017-18 (10 years). The objective of the study was to estimate the growth rates, instability and index number (trend) of export quantity and export value of major importing countries of oranges from India. The secondary time series data for last 10 years was collected from Agri-stat India and analysed by using the statistical tools like CGR, CV, CDVI and Index number in order to complete the objectives of the study. The study shows that, the compound growth rate was highest 77.205 per cent per annum and 105.656 per cent per annum in case of United Arab Emirates for export quantity and export value respectively with one per cent significant level. Whereas Nepal and Qatar were also found to be positive (20.893 per cent per annum and 64.909 per cent per annum respectively) and significant at five per cent significant level for export quantity while Nepal (32.526 per cent per annum) at one per cent significant level and Qatar (73.927 per cent per annum) at five per cent significant level. The instability analysis indicate that for export quantity the highest variability was observed in Baharain IS with coefficient of variation 215.505 per cent and CDVI 192.874 per cent while the lowest variability was observed in Oman with coefficient of variation 56.812 per cent and CDVI 56.783 per cent. Whereas, for export value the highest variability was found in Baharain IS (241.329 per cent) in case of coefficient of variation but in case of CDVI the highest variability was found in UK (211.899 per cent) and the lowest variability was found in Nepal with 83.175 per cent coefficient of variation and CDVI 45.176 per cent. The trend analysis done by using the index number of export quantity and export value of major 10 countries importing orange form India found fluctuations during the study period.
Therefore, the study concludes that orange have better export potential in future. Hence, it is suggested so as to attain proper international market for orange, there is need to initiate a systematic and long term export planning at the national level.
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How to cite this article:
Asmita Kadu, Utkarsha Gaware, Paresh Baviskar, Krutika Parvekar and Mili Pusdekar. Export performance of orange from Indian. The Pharma Innovation Journal. 2021; 10(6S): 87-90.

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