• Performance of Natural Rubber 2012-13
    Stock at the beginning of the year 236275 Tonnes
    Area 758000 hectares 3.2% Growth
    Production 913700 Tonnes 1.1% Growth
    Consumption 972705 Tonnes 0.9 % Growth
    Import 217364 Tonnes % Growth
    Export 30594 Tonnes % Growth
    Average Market Price for RSS 4 grade Rs. 17682/100Kg Rs. 176.82 per Kg
    Stock at the end of the year 253000 Tonnes 253000 + 111040 Tonnes
    Number of small holdings 1.25 Million
    Number of large estates 537
    Average yield per hectare 1813 Kg
    Customs duty on Natural rubber
    Solid Form 20% or Rs 20/kg which ever is lower
    Latex 70.00% or Rs 49/kg which ever is lower
    Value of Natural Rubber Imported Rs. 3887.9 crore Rs. 178.87 per Kg
    Value of Natural Rubber Exported Rs. 468.5 crore Rs. 153.13 per Kg
    Value of rubber products imported Rs. 6206.3 crore (2012-12)
    Value of rubber products exported Rs. 15532.2 crore
    Income from NR to growers Rs. 16150 crore
    Cess of NR collected Rs. 128.28 crore —– Tonnes at cess Rs. 2/kg (Import —— + Purchase ——- Tonnes?)
    Number of licensed dealers 9533
    Number of licensed manufacturers 4344
    Tyre and Non-tyre consumption ratio 65:35
    NR and SR consumption ratio 69:31
    Per capita consumption of elastomer 1.16 Kg
    Tyre industry turnover Rs. 46000 crores
    Tyre production 122.78 Million Numbers
    Value of tyre exports Rs. 4775 crores
    Customs duty on tyres
    World production 11.327 million tonnes (2012)
    World consumption 11.005 million tonnes (2012)
    World NR & SR consumption ratio 42:58
    International price RSS 3 Rs. 17576/100 Kg Rs. 175.76 per Kg

    Ref: Monthly Rubber Statistical News August 2013 Vol 72 No 6

    Summary

    Opening Stock 236275 Tonnes Consumption 972705 Tonnes
    Production 913700 Tonnes Export 30594 Tonnes
    Import 217364 Tonnes Balance Stock 253000 Tonnes
    Missing 111040 Tonnes
    Total 1367339 Tonnes Total 1367339 Tonnes
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  • Performance of Natural Rubber 2011-12
    Stock at the beginning of the year 253975 Tonnes
    Area 734780 hectares 3.3 % Growth
    Production 903700 Tonnes 4.8% Growth
    Consumption 964415 Tonnes 1.8% Growth
    Import 213785 Tonnes –% Growth
    Export 27145 Tonnes – % Growth
    Average Market Price for RSS 4 grade Rs. 20805/100Kg Rs. 208.05 per Kg
    Stock at the end of the year 236275 Tonnes 236275 + 149550 Tonnes
    Number of small holdings 1.2 Million
    Number of large estates 538
    Average yield per hectare 1841 Kg
    Customs duty on Natural rubber
    Solid Form 20% or Rs 20/kg which ever is lower
    Latex 70.00% or Rs 49/kg which ever is lower
    Value of Natural Rubber Imported Rs. 4248.2 crore Rs. 198.71 per Kg
    Value of Natural Rubber Exported Rs. 441.3 crore Rs. 162.57 per Kg
    Value of rubber products imported Rs. 5074.16 crore (2010-11)
    Value of rubber products exported Rs. 11514.27 crore
    Income from NR to growers Rs. 18800 crore
    Cess of NR collected Rs. 101.01  crore —– Tonnes at cess Rs. 2/kg (Import 213785 + Purchase 758961 Tonnes?)
    Number of licensed dealers 9593
    Number of licensed manufacturers 4386
    Tyre and Non-tyre consumption ratio 65:35
    NR and SR consumption ratio 69:31
    Per capita consumption of elastomer 1.14 Kg
    Tyre industry turnover Rs. 43000 crores
    Tyre production 125.40 Million Numbers
    Value of tyre exports Rs. 4209 crores
    Costoms duty on tyres
    World production 10.978 million tonnes
    World consumption 10.919 million tonnes
    World NR & SR consumption ratio 42:58
    International price RSS 3 Rs. 20915/100 Kg Rs. 209.15 per Kg

    Ref: Monthly Rubber Statistical News August 2010 Vol 70 No 12

    Summary

    Opening Stock 277600 Tonnes Consumption 964415 Tonnes
    Production 903700 Tonnes Export 27145 Tonnes
    Import 213785 Tonnes Balance Stock 236275 Tonnes
    Missing 167250 Tonnes
    Total 1395085 Tonnes Total 1395085 Tonnes
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  • Ref: Year 2011-12 April | May | June | July | August | September | October | November | December | January | February | March

    Can you imagine how India got the productivity of 1819 kg/hectare in 2011. It is a mathematical game. Highest monthly production and lower balance stock at the end of December. World statistics covers from January to December and India April to March. Thus a comparison is impossible.If 90067 Tonnes for the year 2011 is +Ve missing how the productivity increased?

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  • National Research Programme on Plantation Development

    Sponsored by Ministry of Commerce, Government of India

    On the occasion of a national seminar on “Building Competitiveness in Globalised Era: Experience of India’s  Plantation Sector” during 23-24 January 2012.

    On 24 January 3:45 pm: Consultation with Stakeholders: Chaired by Mrs Sheela Thomas IAS and Dr A Jayathilak IAS(tbc). The issues for consultation:  a) What does the plantation sector expect from the  12 Five year plan?   b) what do we expect from the forthcoming state budget?
    Dr.Nagesh Kumar, Chief economist, UNESCAP and Director UNESCAP for South and West Asia on NRPPD at CDS.
    Dr.Nageshkumar.ogg (Download it to play)

    Stackholders Part 1

    Stackholders Part 2

    The following major points (PDF) presented by me.हिन्दी में प्रसारित करने की कोशिश करूँगा।

    Plantation sector expect from the  12 Five year plan to rectify the above points.
    We expect from the forthcoming state budget for the control on evasion of taxes.

    Attachments:
    1. Summary of Export 2006-07
    2. Details of Export of Pala Rubber Marketing Society (Two pages)
    3. Analysis of Indian Rubber Statistics

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