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EXPORT OF SPICES IN

MIDDLE EAST COUNTRIES
GULF COUNTRIES
Group Members
• Nidhi Ambavane P-20
• Faisal Indikar P-17
• Hemant Telang P-10
• Vijay Tayade EX-01
• Sandeep Sharma P-38

GULF COUNTRIES

• History of Indian spices
• Indian spices are known for its flavours
• India is known as ‘Home of Spices’
• The Spices Board, India is the apex body for
the export promotion of Indian spices
• Middle East is the major importer of spices
from India



SPICES IN FIVE CATEGORIES
• Major spices:-black pepper, cardamoms, chillies,
ginger and turmeric

• Seed spices:-coriander, celery, fennel

• Tree spices:- clove, nutmeg, kokum

• Herbal spices:- thyme, marjoram

• Misc spices:- garlic, saffron, pepper long



• Gulf Countries are highly populated
• Display a huge demand for Indian spices
• The research has been undertaken to study the
present status
• It explores all the possible channels that are
present and the channels that could be replaced
and prove more successful for efficient Trade


Secondary Data also
relates:-

• Government
departments

• Books, journals,
magazines and internet
used as a data source


PESTLE ANALYSIS
POLITICAL:-
• Government intervence in economy.
• Tax policy, labor law, environment law,
political stability.
• Merits and demerits of goods and services.
• Great influence on education ,health and
infrastructure of nation.

PESTLE ANALYSIS
Economic:-
• Economic growth ,interest rates, exchange
rates.
• Effects of cost of export and import on gods.
• How business operates and makes decision?
PESTLE ANALYSIS
Social:-
• Cultural aspects and health consciousness.
• Population growth rate.
• Age distribution.
• Carriers attitude and emphasis on safety.

PESTLE ANALYSIS
Technology:-
• R&D Activity
• Automation
• Technological change
• Outsourcing decision

PESTLE ANALYSIS
Legal:-
• Consumer law
• Antitrust law
• Employment law
• Healthy and safety law

PESTLE ANALYSIS
Environment:-
• Political instability in some parts of the region.
• War in Iraq and other middle east countries.
• Potential impacts of climate onto production
and cultivation.
• Economical and financial crisis.
• Increase cost of logistics and Insurance.
COMPETITION ANALYSIS
• Competitor
• Establishment
• Competitors products
• Product Difference
• Key selling Points
• Weakness
• Channel of Distribution

PRODUCTION AND EXPORT OF
PEPPER
PRODUCTION AND EXPORT OF
PEPPER

Metric Tons
PRODUCT PLANNING
• Production Adaptation
• Strategy
• Standardization
• Life Cycle
• Branding
• Packaging
• Price

ADVERTISING
• Spice board
• Quality certification
• Sending samples abroad
• International trade
farefares/exhibitions



COMMUNICATION
• Pest management

• Assuring quality of spices

• Training for quality

• Participating in international meetings





APPLIED TARRIF

DO’S IN THE MARKET
• Adoption of hi-tech and
technology upgradation

• Setting up/Upgradation
of Quality Control Labs

• Printing promotional
literature/Brochures


DONT’S IN THE MARKET

• Trade Disputes

• Insufficiency of Legal Provisions

• Poor Product Quality

CONCLUSION
• Attraction for Indian spices

• The Indian Government has been taking a lot
of efforts to boost up trade between India and
Gulf Countries

• Overall India enjoys a fair trade relationship
with all the Gulf Countries


BIBLOGRAPHY
• www.trademap.com
• www.macmap.com
• www.indianspices.com
• www.commodityonlines.com
• www.aisef.com
• Hindubusiness.com