Year: 2021 | Month: June | Volume 66 | Issue 2

Export Performance of Fresh Mangoes from India

Kuthe Surendra B. Suvagiya Daya Pakwar Tushar
DOI:10.46852/0424-2513.2.2021.4

Abstract:

The status of fresh mangoes in respect of its export from India was studied for the period from the year 2008-09 to 2019-20 concerning significant export destinations. Status was examined by estimating mean, compound growth rate (CGR), instability, and diversification. Ray method was used to estimate the instability and diversification status was examined with the help of the Simpson Index of Diversification. Compound Growth Rate (CGR) was estimated by employing the best fit, functional form to the export data. United Arab Emirates, Bangladesh Pr, United Kingdom, Nepal, and Saudi Arab were the major export destinations of fresh mangoes from India in terms of quantity and value during the study period. Average growth in this export sector was 0.97 and 1.79 percent w.r.t. quantity and value, respectively. High growth coupled with moderate instability was observed. A moderate level of instability was observed at an overall level. During the year 2008-09 to 2019-20, lots of variation was observed in the level of diversification.

Highlights

  • UAE ranks first in average quantities of Fresh Mangoes exported to these countries while Saudi Arab ranks fifth in the top five export destinations from India.
  • The maximum growth rate for export with respect to Fresh Mangoes was observed for Maldives followed by Hong Kong, Italy, Canada, etc
  • The export destinations in respect of Fresh Mangoes were increased over the year.




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