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Giridhar K.,Statistics and Forecasting Section | Mahanta J.C.,Statistics and Forecasting Section | Kantharaju B.M.,Statistics and Forecasting Section | Nagesh S.,Statistics and Forecasting Section
Indian Silk | Year: 2011

Ministry of Textiles, Govt. of India has set silk goods exports target of 940 million $ for the year 2010-11. The export of 272.68 million $ (Rs.1255.68 crore) has been achieved during April-September period of the year 2010-11, which is 29.01% achievement of the target in dollar terms (29.03% in rupee terms) as compared to corresponding period of the year 2009-10 which was 305.49 million $ (Rs.1484.68 crore). During April- September period of the year 2010-11, exports of natural silk yarn, fabrics, etc items touched 144.06 million $ (Rs.663.40 crore) showing a decrease of 0.3% in dollar terms. Ready-made garments recorded an export earning of 123.19 million $ during April-September period of the year 2010-11, indicating a decrease of 21.1% in dollar terms. The percentage share of silk goods exports earnings during April- September period of the year 2010- 11, in the total textiles export earnings of the country was 2.45% as compared to 3.06% during 2009-10.


Giridhar K.,Statistics and Forecasting Section | Mahanta J.C.,Statistics and Forecasting Section | Kantharaju B.M.,Statistics and Forecasting Section | Nagesh S.,Statistics and Forecasting Section
Indian Silk | Year: 2011

An analysis of the silkgoods export and import in India during 2009-10 is presented. The silk goods exports from India comprises primarily natural silk yarn, fabrics, made-ups, ready-made garments, silk carpets and silk waste. The total exports from the country showed 0.6% increase in the year 2009-10 as compared to 2008-09. The percentage share of silk goods export earnings during the year 2009-10 to the total textile export earnings of the country showed 2.8% as compared to 3.3% in the year 2008-09. The silk goods export earnings for the year 2008-09 increased by 16.5% to Rs.3178.19 crore compared to 2007-08. Exports share of natural silk yarn, silk fabrics & made-ups, ready-made garments, carpet and silkwaste accounted for 1.1, 65.8, 31.1, 1.8 and 0.2%, respectively. During the year 2009-10, silk export share of natural yarn, silk fabrics & made-ups, readymade garments, carpet and silk- waste accounted for 1.01, 67.16, 29.56, 1.40 and 0.87%, respectively.


Giridhar K.,Statistics and Forecasting Section | Mahanta J.C.,Statistics and Forecasting Section | Srivastava A.K.,Statistics and Forecasting Section | Shankar P.B.V.,Statistics and Forecasting Section
Indian Silk | Year: 2011

The total quantum of mulberry raw silk transaction at silk exchanges of Karnataka indicated a decrease of 16.0% and 11.7% in November 2010. Among all varieties, transaction of filature/cottage basin was 74.4% followed by charka 15.9% and dupion 9.7%. During November 2010, the total quantum of raw silk transacted indicated a decrease of 32.5% & 18.6% when compared to November, 2009 and October, 2010 respectively. During April-November, 2010, the quantum of bivoltine silk transacted in Karnataka indicated an increase of 10.2% in quantity and 45.5% in value, when compared to 2009. Total quantum of raw silk transacted in the month of November, 2010 indicated an increase of 24.9% when compared to that in November 2009.


Giridhar K.,Statistics and Forecasting Section | Mahanta J.C.,Statistics and Forecasting Section | Srivastava A.K.,Statistics and Forecasting Section | Shankar P.B.V.,Statistics and Forecasting Section
Indian Silk | Year: 2010

The total quantum of mulberry raw silk transaction at silk exchanges of Karnataka during February 2010 indicated a decrease of 11.2% in quantity an increase of 5.1% in value as compared to February 2009. Bangalore Silk Exchange is the largest silk exchange in Karnataka and during February 2010, the contribution was around 33.7% of the total raw silk transacted in the state. During April-February 2010, the quantum of bivoltine silk transacted in Karnataka indicated a decrease of 13.0% in quantity and an increase of 1.6% in value, respectively. The average price per kg of CSR hybrid reeling cocoons during February 2010 at Ramanagaram market showed an increase of 19.8%, as compared to the prices in February 2009. The total quantum of reeling cocoon transaction at all cocoon markets in Tamil Nadu during February 2010 indicated an increase of 32.0%, when compared to the quantum transaction in February 2009.

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