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Identity of Natural Rubber 2006-07

Rubber Statistics for the year 2006-07

Items

Availability Items Cons/Bal Stock
Previous bal 93020 Consumpt- ion 820305
Production 852895 Export 56545
Import 89699 Missing -6426
    Bal stock 165190
Total 1035614 Total 1035614

 

Import of Natural Rubber to India

 

Country Qty Tonnes Value Rs. ‘000 Rs./Kg
Indonesia 39405 3461880 87.85
Thailand 32230 2717740 84.32
Sri Lanka 7644 705750 92.33
Malaysia 4839 412010 85.14
Vietnam Soc Rep 3310 297320 89.82
Myanmar 1055 90560 85.84
Singapore 626 60290 96.31
Others 590 56420 95.63
TOTAL

89699

7801970

86.98

Details of Export from India.

Country Qty Tonnes Value Rs. ‘000 Rs./Kg
China 16592 1654157 99.7
Sri Lanks 4760 418513 87.92
Malaysia 10412 1097676 105.42
Germany 2658 179704 67.61
Belgium 2324 148944 64.09
Turkey 1751 103398 59.05
Vietnam 2641 268050 101.5
U.K 1238 79527 64.24
U.S.A 1567 125413 80.03
Spain 1204 95540 79.35
Korea 608 66451 109.29
Nepal 656 67489 102.88
Others 10134 832515 82.15
TOTAL 56545 85137377 90.85

Type wise Import and Export

Type

Import Tonnes

Export Tonnes

RSS Grade

33111

31786

Latex Concentrates

1301

16056

Solid Block rubber

55075

8454

Pale latex crape

76

0

Others

136

249

TOTAL

89699

56545

96.3% Import was through advance license. That means 89699 Tonnes of Natural rubber made available by paying Rs. 1.50 cess/Kg on an average rate of Rs. 86.98/Kg. Indian RSS 4 have to pay an addition of  4% VAT and cess too on Rs. 92.04.

Ref. Indian Rubber Statistics Vol 30, 2007

International RSS 3 -Rs. 97.79/Kg

& Domestic RSS 4 – Rs. 92.04/Kg

For more details Visit excel work sheets: supply and demand 2006-07
Remarks: The impact of low priced Export and Import of rubber to reduced price by India will effect on major producing Countries like Thailand, Indonesia, Malaysia, Vietnam etc.

  • അങ്കിള്‍

    I have gone through the statements. While appreciating the efforts you have undertaken for bringing out such a valuable information, some points require your clarification:-

    1) What is the item called ‘missing’ of -6426 . Does this ‘missing’ item represents ‘weight loss’. If yes, does it fall within the allowable limit?

    2) It will give us a clearer picture if you calculate and display the average price per kg of import and export of rubber also. That will reveal whether the export was done at a price more that the domestic price and import was done at a time when the domestic price was high.

  • Angkil: Thanks for your comments.
    1. Missing is a mathematical error and it is not weight loss.
    2. To give clear picture the average price limelighted in colours. Both Export & Import are below domestic price and far below International price.

  • അങ്കിള്‍

    🙂 thank you