Tea exports to Russia soar 21%, belying war worries; some lost share gained

Sri Lanka crisis, sanctions on Russia that made sourcing from other countries difficult help domestic industry post better numbers

Ishita Ayan Dutt Business Standard Kolkata

After hitting a low in exports in 2021, India recorded some solid gains in 2022 led by supply side disruptions, but holding on to it would be key

Apprehensions of widespread disruptions had put the Indian tea industry on the edge when Russia, a top buyer, waged war on Ukraine. But tea growers managed to retain a hold on the market and even rega

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First Published: Mar 17 2023 | 5:42 PM IST

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