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The Tea Industry in India by Samuel Baildon

Title The Tea Industry in India
Author Samuel Baildon
Publisher
Release 1882
Category Agriculture
Total Pages 248
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An 1882 guide for readers hoping to make money in the Indian tea trade, this volume provides interesting statistics about tea laborers in India and facts about specific tea plants native to the subcontinent. Today, India produces and consumes more tea than any other country in the world except China.

The History of the Indian Tea Industry by Sir Percival Joseph Griffiths

Title The History of the Indian Tea Industry
Author Sir Percival Joseph Griffiths
Publisher London : Weidenfeld & Nicolson
Release 1967
Category Tea trade
Total Pages 730
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Tea Industry in India by Khemraj Sharma

Title Tea Industry in India
Author Khemraj Sharma
Publisher
Release 1999
Category Tea trade
Total Pages 121
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Title Economics of Tea Industry in India
Author R. C. Awasthi
Publisher
Release 1975
Category Tea trade
Total Pages 474
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Title Human Resource Management in the Indian Tea Industry
Author Nirmal Chandra Roy
Publisher Routledge
Release 2021-03-16
Category Business & Economics
Total Pages 128
ISBN 1000368688
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Liberalization, Privatization and Globalization policy was advocated in India in 1991 under the supervision of P.V. Narasimha Rao, the then Prime Minister of India. As a consequence, the tea plantation industry was largely affected. It has confronted difficult competition because of the simplification of tariff barriers and the removal of the quantity restrictions on imports. The result of these on the share of export of Indian tea has declined, the price has plunged, and the profitability has reduced. To remain competitive in the market, tea-producing companies have been forced to reduce the various costs, especially labour costs. Due to this, tea companies are not in a position to fulfil their responsibilities such as health, safety, welfare, and working conditions to the workers. Besides, improper recruitment of labour, lack of proper training facilities, and even irregularities in payment of wages have been increased significantly. As a result, 1.2 million workers in the tea industry to sustain themselves and their families have been adversely affected. This leads to labour unrest and the industry has become vulnerable. The final impact of all these issues spreads to the quality of tea and profitability of the industry in India. This book examines the existing human resource management practices in the Indian tea industry. It adopts a simplified yet comprehensive approach to showcase workforce management in the tea industry. This book will be of value to postgraduate students, researchers, HR professionals, and policymakers in the fields of human resource management, business history, and industrial relations.

Sociology of Indian Tea Industry by Khemraj Sharma (Education officer.)

Title Sociology of Indian Tea Industry
Author Khemraj Sharma (Education officer.)
Publisher Mittal Publications
Release 2005
Category Arunāchal Pradesh (India)
Total Pages 118
ISBN 9788183240222
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Study with reference to the state of Arunachal Pradesh, India.

The Tea Industry by Nick Hall

Title The Tea Industry
Author Nick Hall
Publisher Elsevier
Release 2000-06-02
Category Technology & Engineering
Total Pages 610
ISBN 184569922X
Language English, Spanish, and French
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In recent years the international tea industry has changed dramatically with the closure of the London Terminal Auction in 1998 in favour of auctions at source in both Africa and Asia, and the evolution of a wide range of value added products. This major new looseleaf provides a guide to the complex and multifaceted tea industry. Never before has there been a single reference containing the entire range of industry information from history through to health. The Tea Industry's comprehensive nature will promote better understanding of the industry for everyone involved throughout the supply chain as well as providing ideal material for those who are new to the industry. The Tea Industry begins with a review of the history and origins of the trade from its Chinese origins. The author goes on to look at the growing and processing of tea including a detailed country-by-country analysis of world production, consumption, exporting and importing. There are detailed sections on markets, marketing and quality control of tea including a look at auctions, branding and blending of tea. Finally, there is a review of current thinking on tea and health which includes recent research in the area. Overall, The Tea Industry has been developed to provide the most thorough account ever produced of this fascinating industry. The ultimate desktop reference source for all your information needs Comprehensive looseleaf resource and ideal training material Extensive commentary on the tea market and marketing

Sri Lanka s Tea Industry by Ridwan Ali

Title Sri Lanka s Tea Industry
Author Ridwan Ali
Publisher World Bank Publications
Release 1997-01-01
Category Business & Economics
Total Pages 137
ISBN 9780821340011
Language English, Spanish, and French
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World Bank Discussion Paper No. 367. Many developing countries enforce seed regulations and other policies that obstruct private companies from operating and delivering new technology. This volume presents recommendations and selected papers from an international workshop organized by the World Bank in 1995 to review seed policies and to develop recommendations on ways of easing entry barriers for certain varieties of seeds in developing countries. The papers and discussions identified reforms to speed the flow of private seed technology to these countries, with a particular focus on reforms and their impacts in Bangladesh, India, Peru, and Turkey.