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Pepper farmers get into debt because of diseases, low prices

Pepper used to be considered as black gold as it brought prosperity to farmers in the Central Highlands of Vietnam but in recent years pepper plants have suffered several diseases while pepper prices have dropped drastically, causing farmers to live in misery. Several pepper plantations ...

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Trade sources say pepper imports from Vietnam rose 32% in Oct

India’s black pepper imports from Vietnam rose 32% to over 800 tn in October from 607 tn the preceding month, trade sources said. “The rise in imports is mainly due to higher prices in India…also, imports are free from customs duty with re-export obligation,” said Heman Kishor, proprietor of the Kerala-based ...

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Pepper prices fall sharply in Phú Quốc

Pepper prices in the southern province of Kiên Giang’s Phú Quốc Island have fallen sharply, causing difficulties for pepper farmers on the emerald island. According to Phạm Văn Nghiệp, vice chairman of Phú Quốc’s People’s Committee, pepper prices had fallen from VNĐ180,000 to 200,000 (US$7.7 to $8.55) per kilo just a ...

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Export price of Vietnamese pepper down 62 per cent

The average export price of Vietnamese pepper fell by 62 per cent year-on-year in the first eight months of 2018 to around US$3,330 per tonne following a dip in the global market, according to the Ministry of Agriculture and Rural Development. The ministry forecast the export price of Vietnamese pepper as ...

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Pepper growers urge Centre to relook at the duty structure

Pepper growers have urge the government to relook at the lower import duty structure India has under trade pacts SAFTA and ISLFTA so as to protect domestic players. There is a concessional duty of 8 percent for the spice under the SAFTA (South Asia Free Trade Agreement), while import of 2,500 ...

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Re-exporters allowed to import pepper

The Union Government has permitted 78 companies to import duty free 2,500 tonnes of black pepper under the Indo-Sri Lankan FTA. A decision in this regard was taken at a meeting held in New Delhi on May 9 when these 100 per cent export oriented companies approached DGFT for permission to ...

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Chinese imports could pep up global pepper prices if production drops Global pepper prices are likely to recover in the near-term, with China emerging a leading importer of Vietnam black pepper after the US. Earlier, Chinese used to import pepper through cross border trade and now it is officially using its customs ...

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PEPPER MARKET REVIEW

A commodity which lost 75% from its peak there was little room for further fall. ‎Pepper Prices which fell into bear hug 3 Years ago seems getting out of it with major Producers Brazil and Vietnam together which Produces most of the requirements of consuming countries started resisting prices which hit ...

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The struggling price of pepper

The pepper is considered as "black gold" because of its high economic efficiency, but throughout the past, pepper prices continue to "slope”. This situation puts the pepper industry facing many difficulties as well as the need to recalculate the "problem" of development to be more sustainable in the future. According to ...

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Pepper prices likely to drop globally on high Vietnam output

Vietnam harvesting is at its peak and has seen prices dropping to 50,000 VND/kg (Vietnamese Dong) from 2,05,000 VND/kg registered in December 2014. Drop in Black Pepper prices in Vietnam is likely to have an impact on global Black Pepper rates including India, following high production in almost all of the ...

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