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PRODEXPO International Exhibition in Moscow

09th February 2017

PRODEXPO International Exhibition the largest annual specialised exhibition in Russia and Eastern Europe focused on food, beverages and raw materials.

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Tea prices to remain stable this year in domestic and global markets

29th July 2016

Tea prices are likely to remain firm this year both in domestic and global markets as the demand for tea is increasing across the globe by 2% -3%, according to the annual report of McLeod Russel India LtdBSE -2.34 % (MRIL) - the largest integrated tea company in the world.

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Sri Lanka June tea output down due to heavy rain

27th July 2016

Sri Lanka\'s tea output in June fell 14.3 percent from a year earlier because of heavy rain the previous month, the state-run Tea Board said on Wednesday.

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Estate Workers: Deprived Working Community In Sri Lanka

03rd April 2016

With the new government coming into power with a bagful of promises, especially towards the interests of the country’s deprived working community, The Sunday Leader learns that the estate sector salary issues are yet to fall upon the government’s watchful gaze.

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Sri Lanka tea sees improved demand for low grown at auction

31st March 2016

Sri Lanka’s tea prices in overall auction offerings this week were marginally lower with better demand for low grown and mid to high grown prices easier, Forbes & Walker Tea Brokers said in their latest report.

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Sri Lankan tea, a tale of Mercantilism and oppression

28th January 2016

Sri Lanka has a ban and taxes on the import of tea, preventing domestic value addition for export, supposedly to protect a Ceylon Tea brand, while also taxing exports of raw produce of farmers including cinnamon, supposedly to boost domestic value addition.

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Sri Lanka: Tracing the origins of Ceylon tea

27th January 2016

Tea is the most consumed beverage in the world after water. But the drink, which is the mainstay of many cultures, is subject to the same volatile market forces as oil or gold.

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Sri Lanka to allow tea imports within regulatory framework

26th November 2015

Sri Lanka plans to liberalize the tea industry through allowing tea to be imported into the country within a regulatory framework, Finance Minister Ravi Karunanayake said delivering the budget 2016 speech at the Parliament.

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