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Comparative Study Of Ist 10 Weak Export Product Of India

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  • 1. Comparative Study of Ist 10weak Export Product of India Submitted by : Abhishek Sasan(500901515)
  • 2. ContentWhat do you mean by Exports ? Why Exports ? Reactive & Proactive Reasons for Exporting Weak Export Product List
  • 3. What do you mean by Exports ?To ship the goods and services outof the port of a country
  • 4. Why Exports ?Exporting (selling products, services orknowledge overseas) can help your businessgrow and prosper
  • 5. Reactive Reasons for Exporting1. Market2. Competitive Environment3. Political Environment changesi. Trade Barriersii. Regulations4. Economic Environment changes5. Chance occurrence
  • 6. Proactive Reasons for Exporting1. Power and prestige2. Incentives3. Lower costs of labour, production and energy4. Less stringent rules and regulations effecting pollution and labour
  • 7. Export – Import StatsYear Import Export1980 135,960 90,2901985 217,540 149,5101990 486,980 406,3501995 1,449,530 1,307,3302000 2,975,230 2,781,2602011 $ 10.18 billion $ 23.8 billion
  • 8. 10 Weakest Export products1. INDIA EXPORT OF OTHER JUTE MANUFACTURES2. INDIA EXPORT OF FOOTWEAR OF RUBBER/CANVAS3. INDIA EXPORT OF COAL4. INDIA EXPORT OF JUTE YARN5. INDIA EXPORT OF SHELLAC6. INDIA EXPORT OF SILK CARPET7. INDIA EXPORT OF FRUITS / VEGETABLE SEEDS8. INDIA EXPORT OF MICA9. INDIA EXPORT OF NIGER SEEDS10. INDIA EXPORT OF MOLLASES
  • 9. INDIA EXPORT OF OTHER JUTE MANUFACTURESApr 2005 - Apr 2006 -Feb 2006 Feb 2007Exports Value Exports Value % Growth % Growth % share % shareof Goods of Goods227.8 51.4 249.7 55 9.6 6.83 .05 .05 Apr-Apr 2010 Apr-Apr 2011 %Growth %Share 37.82 52.70 39.35 0.05
  • 10. Why Jute Export has Fallen ? During 1950-80’s Jute was considered to be the source of foreign exchange earnings for India. At the same time, export of jute goods has fallen Development and increasing use of substitutes and the emergence of Bangladesh as a competitor Jute is divided into three major categories : Sacking, Hessian and carpet backing Sacking is used for Domestic consumption where as hessian and carpet backing is exported
  • 11. INDIA EXPORT OF FOOTWEAR OF RUBBER/CANVASApr 2005 - Apr 2006 -Feb 2006 Feb 2007Exports Exports % Growth % Growth % % shareValue of Value of shareGoods Goods223 50.3 212.2 46.7 -4.84 -7.24 .04 .04 Apr-Apr 2010 Apr-Apr 2011 %Growth %Share 23.00 24.49 6.49 0.02
  • 12. Why Rubber Export has Fallen ? Price Fluctuation Demand Slow The rupiah’s appreciation against the dollar also triggered the rubber price to fall.The rupiah is getting strong, so it has been bad for exporters. The global economic slow down has obviously affected natural rubber demand greatly, resulting in lowest ever market prices in the past 30 years. The ratio of utilization of domestic production and imported rubber by tyre manufacturers Government policies have a profound influence on rubber prices. These include subsidies, restrictions on ports etc
  • 13. INDIA EXPORT OF COALApr 2005 - Apr 2006 -Feb 2006 Feb 2007Exports Exports % Growth % Growth % % shareValue of Value of shareGoods Goods220.5 49.8 339.25 74.72 53.85 49.86 .07 .07 Apr-Apr 2010 Apr-Apr 2011 %Growth %Share 45.88 35.53 -22.57 0.03
  • 14. Why Coal Export has Fallen ? The quality of coal produced in many exporting countries has been gradually falling for years as old mines exhaust the highest-grade seams Economists have been warning of protectionism for awhile -- actually, since time immemorial -- but it may be that protectionism rears its head not in the form of limits on imports, but on limits on exports, of goods All around the world, theres been move on the part of governments to limit their big commodity producers/exporters in some way.
  • 15. INDIA EXPORT OF JUTE YARNApr 2005 - Apr 2006 -Feb 2006 Feb 2007Exports Exports % Growth % Growth % % shareValue of Value of shareGoods Goods210.05 47.46 229.36 50.53 9.21 6.45 .04 .04 Apr-Apr 2010 Apr-Apr 2011 %Growth %Share 38.39 24.84 -35.30 0.02
  • 16. Why Jute Yarn Export has Fallen ? International prices of jute yarn dropped by around 12 per cent over the last few months Volume of jute yarn export also fell recently because of the slump in the carpet trade across the globe hit by the US economic slide and the fuel price spiral in the international markets International prices of jute yarn are falling fast while in the local market the prices of raw jute are rising
  • 17. INDIA EXPORT OF SHELLACApr 2005 - Apr 2006 -Feb 2006 Feb 2007Exports Exports % Growth % Growth % % shareValue of Value of shareGoods Goods145.64 32.91 133.05 29.30 -8.65 -10.96 .03 .03 Apr-Apr 2010 Apr-Apr 2011 %Growth %Share 10.99 1.11 -89.94 0.00
  • 18. Why Shellac Export has Fallen ? International prices of jute yarn dropped by around 12 per cent over the last few months Supply of shellac is steadily shrinking Gradual decline in volume exports of shellac, due to frequent crop failure, has made it imperative to go in for more high value products like pheromone, ambrettolide. shellac dropped to 3,000 tonnes from 3,800 tonnes last year
  • 19. INDIA EXPORT OF SILK CARPETApr 2005 - Apr 2006 -Feb 2006 Feb 2007Exports Exports % Growth % Growth % % shareValue of Value of shareGoods Goods95.05 21.48 118.28 26.05 24.45 21.30 .02 .02 Apr-Apr 2010 Apr-Apr 2011 %Growth %Share 1.38 0.48 -65.12 0.0
  • 20. Why Silk Carpet Export has Fallen ? Exports had dipped to Rs2,750 crore due to slowdown in USA and Europe Export of silk products had also fallen to Rs2,500 crore compared to Rs3,500 crore Example : Consumption of silk in UP is 5,000 tonnes, the production is merely 50 tonnes. Frequent currency fluctuations are also restricting silk export to Easter European Country. India’s silk export to countries such as Hong Kong, the UK, Germany, Italy, France and Spain had also declined which reflects the poor performance of Indian silk-export based SMEs in these countries
  • 21. INDIA EXPORT OF FRUITS/VEGETABLE SEEDSApr 2005 - Apr 2006 -Feb 2006 Feb 2007Exports Exports % Growth % Growth % % shareValue of Value of shareGoods Goods75.67 17.10 97.65 21.91 29.04 25.78 .02 .02 Apr-Apr 2010 Apr-Apr 2011 %Growth %Share 8.05 14.23 76.80 0.01
  • 22. Why Fruits/Vegetable Seeds Export has Fallen ? Eurozone Crisis Lack of cost competitiveness due to statutory changes, intermediation and wastages/losses Inadequate and Inappropriate storage and distribution infrastructure
  • 23. INDIA EXPORT OF MICAApr 2005 - Apr 2006 -Feb 2006 Feb 2007Exports Exports % Growth % Growth % % shareValue of Value of shareGoods Goods69.07 15.61 69.01 15.21 0 -2.53 .01 .01 Apr-Apr 2010 Apr-Apr 2011 %Growth %Share 13.56 4.43 -67.35 0.00
  • 24. Why Mica Export has Fallen ? Realease of Stockpile Dumping policy followed by the Govt of USA Internationally,Reduction in stockpile sales
  • 25. INDIA EXPORT OF NIGER SEEDSApr 2005 - Apr 2006 -Feb 2006 Feb 2007Exports Exports % Growth % Growth % % shareValue of Value of shareGoods Goods53.70 12.13 56.61 12.47 5.42 2.76 0.01 0.01 Apr-Apr 2010 Apr-Apr 2011 %Growth %Share 1.54 5.54 260.45 0.01
  • 26. Why Niger Seeds Export has Fallen ? The prices of niger seed showed the drop after safflower went down. Both of these seeds are widely used as bird seed in E.U. and U.S Though the local prices were up the depriciating rupee kept the prices in dollar terms on lower side The niger remained almost on the same level though it was up in local markets but rupee depriciation helped to keep export prices unchanged The niger prices were down due to declining local prices on low demand and further due to depriciating rupee taking a toll on its export prices in dollar terms
  • 27. Why Niger Seeds Export has Fallen ? Retail price of petrol is expected to cause molasses prices to decline by 50 per cent in the next sugar-cane harvest season Molasses, made from sugar cane, is used as a raw material in the production of ethanol. Ethanol and petrol can be mixed to create gasohol. Demand for ethanol is declining as lower petrol prices make gasohol less attractive Lower demand for ethanol will cause the molasses price to drop by 50 per cent
  • 28. INDIA EXPORT OF MOLLASESApr 2005 - Apr 2006 -Feb 2006 Feb 2007Exports Exports % Growth % Growth % % shareValue of Value of shareGoods Goods26.93 6.09 119.37 26.29 343.22 332.02 0.02 0.02