THE ROLE AND PERFORMANCE OF EXPORT OF TEA FROM INDIAN INSTABILITY AND DEVELOPMENT PERSPECTIVES
Research Scholar, Department of Management Studies,University of Madras,Chennai
Associate Professor, Sri Krishna College of Technology, Coimbatore
Assistant Professor of Commerce, Dept. of B S & H, Sree Vidyaniketan Engineering College, Tirupati
Dr.Satish M Dhoke
Assistant Professor & Head, Commerce, Moreshwar Arts Science and Commerce College,
Tal. Bhoakardan, Dist. Jalna, Maharashtra
Dr. Uma Shankar
Professor, Accounting Department, College Economics and International Relations,
Catholic University in Erbil, Kurdistan, Iraq
Mr. Cihan Özer.
Department of Business Management, Faculty of Management and Economics, Tshik International University-Erbil,Kurdistan Region,Iraq
The expansion and volatility of India’s tea exports was examined in this study.Tea exports grew rapidly throughout the whole study period. Low instability in the tea export indicated large inter-year changes during the whole study period. Secondary data on India’s tea exports have been collected from Monthly Statistics of Foreign Trade of India, Economics Survey. The collected data were analyzed with the help of econometrical tools such as Linear Trend Model, Semi-log Model, Compound Growth Rate Model and Cuddy Della Valle Index Model. Due to the proportional decrease in planting area, the gradual increase in yield, and increases in domestic demand, the Indian tea business has recently experienced many highs and lows. But even so, India was able to maintain its place in the world’s tea export market. Additionally, India can improve and maintain its position by offering a variety of grades and flavours to the global market.
Key Words: Performance, Development, Role, Exports, Instability, Price, Tea, Growth.