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Indian Farming Market Report & Forecast: 2012-2017

  • Publisher: IMARC
  • Publication date: Feb. 13, 2013
  • Format: Electronic – PDF
 
Summary
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“Indian Farming Market Report & Forecast: 2012-2017” provides an analytical and statistical insight into the Indian farm products market. The report has segmented this market into five segments – cereals, vegetables, fruits, pulses, spices and plantation crops. The research study serves as an exceptional tool to understand the drivers, volume trends, value trends, structure, competitive landscape and the outlook of the Indian farming market till 2017-18. This report can serve as an excellent guide for investors, researchers, consultants, marketing strategists and all those who are planning to foray into the Indian farming market in some form or the other.

Key Questions Answered in this Report:
• What was the total production and consumption volume of the Indian farming market?
• What was the total production and consumption value of the Indian farming market?
• What was the total consumption (value and volumes) of cereals during 2005-06 – 2011-12?
• What was the total consumption (value and volumes) of fruits during 2005-06 – 2011-12?
• What was the total consumption (value and volumes) of vegetables during 2005-06 – 2011-12?
• What was the total consumption (value and volumes) of plantation crops during 2005-06 – 2011-12?
• What was the total consumption (value and volumes) of pulses during 2005-06 – 2011-12?
• What was the total consumption (value and volumes) of spices during 2005-06 – 2011-12?
• What is the competitive structure of the Indian farming market?
• What are the key drivers of the Indian farming market?
• What is the outlook of the Indian farming market?

Information Sources: Information has been sourced from both primary and secondary sources:
• Primary sources include industry surveys and face to face/telephone interviews with industry experts.
• Secondary sources include proprietary databases and search engines. These sources include company websites and reports, books, trade journals, magazines, white papers, industry portals, government sources and access to more than 4000 paid databases.