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  • Sri Lanka Tea Industry Hasitha De Alwis Director (Promotion) Sri Lanka Tea Board
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  • Sri Lanka Wonder of Asia Island is united ending 30 years long conflict. Island is united ending 30 years long conflict. Multi-ethnic, multi-cultural, multi-religious and multi- linguistic nation once again in harmony. Multi-ethnic, multi-cultural, multi-religious and multi- linguistic nation once again in harmony. Immense opportunities for sustainable growth in all sectors and tea industry is no exception. Immense opportunities for sustainable growth in all sectors and tea industry is no exception. Probably the safest country today in South Asia. Probably the safest country today in South Asia. Peace dividends results in leap-frog development in Sri Lankas infra-structure & other sectors of economy. Peace dividends results in leap-frog development in Sri Lankas infra-structure & other sectors of economy.
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  • INTRODUCTION Sri Lanka tea industry proudly celebrates 145 years of commercial history in 2012. Tea industry continues to occupy a pivotal position in terms of foreign exchange earnings & employment. Tea export earnings reached USD 1.5 Billion in 2011 a historical high contributing 15% to the nations foreign exchange. Generating 65% of export agriculture revenue, tea industry contributes approx. 2% of islands GDP. With 2 Million employed directly & indirectly 10% of the population of Sri Lanka depends on the industry.
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  • AGRO-CLIMATIC TEA GROWING REGIONS OF SRI LANKA
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  • Year High Grown(%) Mid Grown(%) Low Grown(%)Total 2005 80.325 55.118 181.757 317.1 2006 74.724 51.617 184.559 310.8 2007 72.524 54.417 177.759 304.6 2008 84.426 49.015 185.359 318.7 2009 72.825 44.715 173.160 290.6 201079.12456.117196.259331.4 201179.22452.516196.660328.4 SRI LANKA TEA PRODUCTION ELEVATION WISE (Mn. KGS)
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  • CATEGORY-WISE TEA PRODUCTION (Mn.KGS) 2006(%)2007(%)2008(%)2009(%) 2010(%)2011(%) Orthodox 28893283932979327193 3109430392 CTC 185165175165 185227 Green Tea 31413121 3131 Others 21212121 - - - - Total 311100 305100 319100 291 100 331100328100
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  • AREA OF TEA PLANTED IN SRI LANKA ElevationPlanted (Ha)Share High Grown41,13719% Mid Grown71,01832% Low Grown109,81449% Total221,969 100
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  • SRI LANKA TEA EXPORTS (Mn. KGS) 200620072008200920102011 Bulk 197.8 179.9 178.0 164.6176.8179.9 Packets 79.4 72.7 84.3 75.589.895.8 Tea Bags 19.1 22.0 20.3 18.725.724.6 Others 18.6 19.7 18.6 21.21.82.9 Re- Exports 12.5 15.6 18.610.618.620.5 Total 327.4 309.9 319.8290.6305.7323.7 Value Billion USD 0.8821.011.261.18 1.371.51
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  • YearQty (MT) Value (Rs. Mn) Value (USD Mn) 200511,4564,15441.33 200612,4995,33051.20 200715,5976,61759.80 200818,57710,68398.61 200910,5745,08944.27 201018,60711,567102.30 201120,52913,363118.30 RE-EXPORTS (CEYLON TEA BLENDED WITH OTHER ORIGINS)
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  • Tea Imports to Sri Lanka Year Quantity (Kgs)Value (Rs. Million )(USD M.) 200713,683,7323,141.628.56 200814,598,2483,754.834.13 20099,960,1292,979.427.08 201012,172,7533,768.034.25 201111,406,0443,770.434.28
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  • Tea Imports to Sri Lanka (Country Wise) 200920102011 India4,708,6954,776,1414,353,513 China1,755,5212,802,8732,895,761 Kenya2,8676493,871,1673,690,453 Vietnam240,725352,20397,909 Indonesia203,260207,068182,620 Malawi129,580143,104150,660 Germany33,08010,80523,898 Taiwan8,8887392 - Japan5,600900 - U.K5,130 -9980 Nepal2,00111001250 TOTAL9,960,12912,172,75311,406,044 Qty in Kgs.
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  • 2009 CountryQty.% Russia42.415.1 UAE3010.7 Syria29.410.5 Iran27.79.9 Turkey15.75.6 Jordan13.44.8 Kuwait10.13.6 Iraq9.83.5 Japan9.53.4 Libya8.12.9 2010 CountryQty.% Russia45.515.2 UAE29.69.9 Iran27.69.2 Syria26.38.8 Turkey18.46.2 Jordan17.35.8 Iraq13.64.6 Libya10.93.7 Kuwait10.83.6 Japan10.33.4 MAJOR DESTINATIONS FOR CEYLON TEA 2011 CountryQty% Russia47.314.8 Iran30.89.6 Syria28.58.9 Iraq22.26.9 UAE21.56.7 Turkey18.95.9 Azerbaijan11.83.7 Japan11.33.5 Kuwait9.12.8 Ukraine7.82.4
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  • DOMESTIC CONSUMPTION YearQty. (Mn. Kgs) Approx. 200527.5 200627.5 200728.0 200828.5 200928.5 201028.4 201128.9
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  • DISTRIBUTION CHANNELS TypePercentage Supermarkets 25% Grocery retailing 30% Convenience stores 30% Tea Shops / Tea Houses 5% Others 10%
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  • TYPE OF PRODUCTS (Domestic Market ) Domestic Market Volume 2010 2011 Value 2010 2011 Loose Tea68%67%61%59% Packet Tea30%30%36%37% Tea Bags 2% 2% 3% 3% 4% 4%
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  • Value Growth on Consumer Prices for Share of Throat Value Growth on Consumer Prices for Share of Throat ItemShare of Throat Value Growth (per Annum) Average Price Tea26.5%9%Rs. 715/Kg Coffee 2.5%22%Rs. 1,335/Kg Malt15.5%23%Rs.167/Ltr Soft Drinks (Carbonated) 36.0%43%Rs.124/Ltr Others19.5%
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  • Household Expenditure 2009/2010 (Rs. 1,750B.) Monthly Household Expenditure Rs. 32,446/-
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  • 20052011 (Est/Prov) Real GDP Growth6.28.3 GDP (US $)24.459.1 GDP per capita (US $)1,2412,830 Trade : Exports (US$ bn)6.310.5 Imports (US $ bn)8.920.0 Workers Remittances (US$ bn)1.95.2 Tourist Arrivals (000)549850 Earnings from Tourism (US $ bn)0.30.8 FDI (US$ bn)0.31.0 MACRO ECONOMIC FUNDAMENTALS IN SRI LANKA 2005 VS. 2011
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  • Hasitha De Alwis Director (Promotion) Sri Lanka Tea Board Thank You

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