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Results 371 - 380 of about 1328 for tea.
Apr 03, 2017 - and tea. Source: IMF, International Financial Statistics. Exchange rates Relative price developments in 2005 differed markedly from those observed in 2004 as the depreciation of the US dollar vis-à-vis Japanese yen, the euro and the British pound
WTO | 2011 Press Releases - Trade growth to ease in 2011 but despite 2010 record surge, crisis hangover persists - Press/628
Apr 03, 2017 - a. Comprising coffee, cocoa beans and tea Source: IMF International Financial Statistics. In contrast to primary products, prices of manufactured goods rose very little in 2010. Export and import price indices may differ substantially across countries, but as an example, US non-fuel import prices
WTO | News - World trade growth accelerated in 1997, despite turmoil in some asian financial markets- PRESS/98
Apr 03, 2017 - (coffee, tea and cocoa) contrasted with a fall in many food prices. Overall, price developments favoured many least developed African countries. A fall in wheat and rice prices has lowered the import bill of net food importing countries, at least to the extent that they relied on imports
Apr 03, 2017 - Spearhead Group) Trade Agreement of 1996. These cover imports of tea from Papua New Guinea and beef from Vanuatu; and its canned tuna exports to these countries enter duty free. Fiji is now a member of the Group, and more products are covered, such as fruit, nuts, coffee and cement
Apr 03, 2017 - for many of the least-developed countries were negatively affected by price declines for many of their major traditional export items, in particular cotton, coffee and copper. These sharp price declines were only partly offset by price increases for tea and jute. Angola and Yemen - the two oil-exporters
May 23, 2007 - sector and raising concerns about poverty and living standards in the rural areas. The key crops are rice, wheat, sugarcane, cotton and oilseeds. As the world's largest producer and consumer of tea, India has been making efforts to improve the productivity of its tea plantations. Horticultural crops
Jun 02, 2001 - , aggregated vegetables, processed vegetables TB Tobacco Tobacco, other tobacco products, aggregated tobacco tariff quotas FI Agricultural fibres Cotton, silk, other fibres CO Coffee, tea, spices and processed agricultural products from mixed ingredients Coffee, tea, cocoa, spices, honey, other spices
Nov 16, 2010 - , coffee, cocoa, coconut, tea, and rubber (Table IV.1). Despite the sector's overall low productivity, farm exports, especially palm oil, copra (including oil), coffee, and cocoa, accounted for 18.7% of total merchandise exports in 2009 (Table IV.2). 8. The Government sees agriculture as a key to export
Jul 26, 2016 - , weekly alcoholic and alcoholic drinks; tobacco articles, coffee, tea and spices; food products of leguminous and oleaginous plants; food concentrates, salt; food products of apiculture (except for goods, the compliance of which may be confirmed by the declaration on compliance) Goods
Jul 25, 2016 - by: Aik Hoe Lim, Director, Trade and Environment Division; and Bridget Chilala, Director, Institute for Training and Technical Cooperation ? Logistics briefing ? Tour de table and gap analysis ? Why talk about trade and health? 10:45-11:00 Coffee/tea (hosted by WTO, outside of Room F) 11:00-12
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