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India: India's emergent horticultural exports; addressing sanitary and phytosanitary standards and other challenges

By: World Bank.
Contributor(s): World Bank.
Material type: materialTypeLabelBookPublisher: New Delhi World Bank 2007Description: xiii, 98 p.Subject(s): Horticultural products industry - India | Horticulture - IndiaDDC classification: 635 Summary: This study was initiated by a request from the State Governments of Tamil Nadu and Maharashtra for the World Bank to examine the current and prospective sanitary and phytosanitary (SPS)-related barriers facing their tropical fruit exports. Specific interest was expressed in examining issues and outlining solutions pertaining to exports of bananas, pomegranates, and fresh mangoes. The study ultimately seeks to catalyze a more strategic dialogue between Indian policy makers, technical agencies, and the private sector regarding priority actions and the appropriate and sustainable division of roles and responsibilities of different players.
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This study was initiated by a request from the State Governments of Tamil Nadu and Maharashtra for the World Bank to examine the current and prospective sanitary and phytosanitary (SPS)-related barriers facing their tropical fruit exports. Specific interest was expressed in examining issues and outlining solutions pertaining to exports of bananas, pomegranates, and fresh mangoes. The study ultimately seeks to catalyze a more strategic dialogue between Indian policy makers, technical agencies, and the private sector regarding priority actions and the appropriate and sustainable division of roles and responsibilities of different players.

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