ECONOMYNEXT – Exports of ‘instant tea’ and ‘Ready to Drink (RTD) tea’ from Sri Lanka are on an upward trend although other types of value added tea shipments have fallen, according to a new research report by the Ceylon Chamber of Commerce.
‘Tea Sector 2015’ is an analytical source of comprehensive information regarding the tea sector in Sri Lanka and its competitive markets, the Ceylon Chamber of Commerce said in a statement.
“The report highlights reasons for decline of tea exports especially tea in packets, tea bags, instant tea and green tea contrary to an upward trend for the exports of instant and Ready to drink tea from Sri Lanka,” it said.
This publication covers Sri Lanka’s top export markets, declining markets, market analysis for Russia, Turkey and Iran, fluctuation of tea prices, production of tea production in Sri Lanka with comparison of competitor markets, weekly tea auction prices in respect of Sri Lanka, India, Kenya, Bangladesh and Malawi, tea industry experts overviews and news articles about the tea industry in 2015.
This publication also has HS Code wise statistical data of tea exports for 2014 and 2015.
(COLOMBO, July 13, 2016)