Tea Competitiveness of Indian Agriculture: An Analysis

Vikas Kumar

Abstract


Indiais the second largest producer of tea in the world afterChina,including the famousAssam teaandDarjeeling tea. According to the Planning Commission Deputy Chairman, Montek Singh Ahluwalia, there are plans to officially recognise teaas the National Drink in 2013.Tea is also the 'State Drink' ofAssam.According to theASSOCHAMreport released in December, 2011, India, as the worlds largest consumer of tea uses nearly 30 percent of the global output. Despite the consumption, India is also the largest exporter of tea afterChina. But, over the period like under WTO regime cost of production of crop play a significant role to taken the decision of production of any crop. Therefore, the word competitiveness gained more popularity among agriculture economist.


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