- The 2009-2014 Outlook for Spices in Commercial Sizes of at Least 1 Pound in India. Parker, Philip M. // Country Outlook Reports;1/24/2010, pN.PAG
Several charts depicting the 2009-2014 outlook for spices in commercial sizes in different cities and states of India, including Assam, Bihar, and Delhi, are presented.
- The 2009-2014 Outlook for Spices in Consumer Sizes Less Than 1 Pound in India. Parker, Philip M. // Country Outlook Reports;1/24/2010, pN.PAG
Several charts depicting the 2009-2014 outlook for spices in consumer sizes in different cities and states of India, including Assam, Bihar, and Delhi, are presented.
- SPICE IT UP. Siddiqui, Omer Ahmed // Maritime Gateway;Nov2015, p52
The article discusses the production, consumption and export of spices in India which is noted to grow annually and accounts half of the global trade. Spices include garlic, pepper, nutmeg and spice oils which are considered to be the key contributors of the increasing export trend. Also...
- Globale Standards fÃ¼r GewÃ¼rze. // Lebensmittel Zeitung;2/21/2014, Issue 8, p22
The article discusses the United Nations Food and Agricultural Organization's Codex-Alimentarius-Commission, which aims to create global standards for quality and fairness in the international spice trade.
- Unripened spices. // Penang Economic Monthly;May2010, Vol. 12 Issue 5, p6
The article focuses on the exports of Penang's spice and an experimental plantation in Air Itam to grow pepper, nutmegs, and cloves.
- TRADERS EAST AND WEST. Childress, Diana // Calliope;Feb2006, Vol. 16 Issue 6, p13
The article presents information on the introduction of spice trade in Europe.
- A STUDY ON EXPORT PERFORMANCE OF INDIAN SPICES. Muthusamy, A. // Global Management Review;2010, Vol. 5 Issue 1, p25
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- Investigation the Role of Exchange Rate Volatility on Iran's Agricultural Exports (Case Study: Date, Pistachio and Saffron). Goudarzi, M.; Khanarinejad, K.; Ardakani, Z. // Agris On-Line Papers in Economics & Informatics;Mar2012, Vol. 4 Issue 1, p31
Modern methods of quantitative risk analysis, specifically value-at-risk and expected shortfall approach, provide comprehensive and coherent risk evaluation throughout entire distribution of outcomes and can take agricultural business from the realm of uncertainty to specific, quantified risks....
- ECONOMY OF THe SPiCe TRADe. Duda, Abaigeal // Calliope;Feb2006, Vol. 16 Issue 6, p4
The article discusses the spice trade.