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Doctors and Drug Companies

 responsible for the drop in our export earnings from tea, this was not the case in the last financial year. Although the unit value realisation has further declined in 1986-87, the drop was only marginal at 60 paise per kg. In fact, if we had exported the targetted quantity of 220 million kg in 1986-87 even at the lower unit value realisation of Rs 30.32 a kg, the total earnings from tea exports could have more or less matched the previous year's export earnings. Clearly, the principal cause for the setback in 1986-87 was our inability to push adequate quantities of tea into the international markets.

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