No Significant Difference Between Indian Domestic and Export Markets

This entry was posted on Friday, November 11th, 2011 and is filed under Cashew.

Although the Indian cashew kernel prices are still 7-8% above the world average, virtually there is  no such big difference considering export related incentives. So the export oriented units will have no interest in the domestic market except in pieces and splits. Kernel market is witnessing a steady trend with fairly good demand for W320, W400, splits and pieces and moderate demand for W240 and higher grades. But the difference between the price of W320 and SW as well as between SW and SSW is widening due to oversupply in lower grades.

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