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India is the largest importer of edible oils in the world post liberalization of oil imports and the report covers various factors that contribute to this trend as well as interpretation of key indicators.
An introduction briefly covers the history of oil import liberalization in India and the duty structure for different crude and refined oils. Market statistics indicate the share of imports, volumes, key trading partners, and consumption characteristics in India. End-market segmentation provides brief information on the share of each category, their demand drivers, and types of oils used.
The report also explain the reasons behind imports, the growth of organized players in a market largely dominated by unorganized sector, and the factors challenging domestic production leading to long-term reliance on imports. Data trends cover supply and demand, share of imports, the type of oils imported, and pricing in the local market.