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Kenyan tea glut pushes prices to multi-year lows, trade body says

Kenyan tea glut pushes prices to multi-year lows, trade body says

Kenyan tea prices have slumped to their lowest level in at least five years due to excess supplies and weak demand in the main export markets, the East African Tea Trade Association (EATTA) said on Friday.
Trade volumes up 17.7 per cent, highest in five months - KNBS

Trade volumes up 17.7 per cent, highest in five months - KNBS

Kenya’s volume of trade rose 17.71 per cent during the five month period ending May, Kenya National Bureau of Statistics data has shown. The country’s trade volumes increased by Sh143.2 billion to Sh951.6 billion between January and May 2017 from Sh808.4 billion during the same period last year.
Kenya: Tea Exports Down As Pakistani Sales Drop

Kenya: Tea Exports Down As Pakistani Sales Drop

Kenya's tea export dropped 19 per cent in the month of June compared with the similar period last year as leading importing market of the beverage, Pakistan, recorded a decline for first time since January. Data from Tea Directorate indicates the volumes dropped from 23 million kilogrammes in June last year to 19 million kilos this year.
India Tea Export is hurt by tensions with Pakistan and devalued Pound

India Tea Export is hurt by tensions with Pakistan and devalued Pound

India Tea Industry is suffering from difficult period because of Tensions with Pakistan in Kashmir, as well as devalued Pounds Sterling. 
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