However, it was not hatched in isolation and was influenced by political, social, cultural, technological and scientific trends from the home country, immediate neighbours, Europe and the wider world. The timelines available here try and put the developments that occurred in the acquisition, running and dissolution of Empire into a wider context. Of course influence worked in both directions and developments in the Empire could and did have a significant impact on the rest of the world.
India also has a large consumer base, thus makes it quite vulnerable to international sugar market, in the event of surplus or deficit situation. At the sametime it has good potential and prospects. The industry, facing competition from imported sugar, sought tariff protection.
Sugar production picked up under the Sugar Industry Protection Act passed in and country became self sufficient in Also cane pricing act was enforced to provide good cane price to farmer.
This was followed by land reforms putting ceiling on land holdings to protect small farmers, formation of cane grower cooperatives and setting up of sugar mills jointly with farmers called as cooperative mills on ownership and sharing basis.
Under the structured Industrial Development Policy, sugar industry was part of the Five-Year Plans introduced in and has been under the direct control of the Government ever since. Sugar industry is highly politicised and so closely controlled by the Government which has no parallel in the industry.
Sugar scene in India has been that of protectionism. The mills, the farmers and the consumers all have been protected one way or another. Whereas the protection to farmer and consumer has been consistent, it has not been so consistent for the mill owners.
Overall government policy has given impressive results. The production has gone upto There is a potential - what is needed, is some changes in policy to make it world class player.
Winds of liberalisation have touched sugar also. The imports freely allowed. Customer more demanding on quality and service.
The document gives an overview of agricultural background development in cane. The paper ends up dealing with important issues, aspects of deregulation, decanalisation of exports, the potential and the comparative advantage of Indian sugar. Indian mythology vouches for this since it contains some legends depicting origin of sugar cane.
Method was crude beyond imagination. Cane was cut in pieces - crushed under heavy weight - juice thus obtained was boiled and stirred, till it turned solids.
Solids of uneven shape and size were called sarkaran, a Sanskrit term of 'gravel'. Modern word 'sugar' is derived from the word Sarkara. Thus it could be rightly said that India has been the original home for sugarcane as well as sugar manufacture. However, for all practical purposes, scientific sugar processing by vaccum pan method may have started sometimes in 20s.
The development process was slow. Country met its sugar requirement through imports. In mid 20s number of sugar mills sprang up in UP and Bihar. Bythere were 29 sugar factories producing just MT of sugar and they found adverse competition from Japanese sugar which was ruling the Indian market.
Under this act, protection was granted to the indigenous sugar industry. However, anytime during the period of Act, if it was found that sugar was being imported at the prices to make domestic industry ineffective, Govt.
With enforcement of Sugar Protection Act, within a period of four years country became self-sufficient in sugar by It was a great beginning indeed. Balancing of revenue tariffs However, the Govt. Imposition of excise duty on factory produced sugar.
Union Government passed legislation to enable provincial Government to enforce minimum price of cane to be paid to cane growers. The main objective of the Act was to regulate the price of sugarcane intended for use in sugar factories and assure sugarcane growers a fair price for their produce.
InCentral Govt. The post protection history of Indian sugar industry is amazing. From the mere 32 mills in number of units rose to by and the production arose from 0. The growth continued tillwhen the production touched 1. They owned sugar cane farms and also purchased cane from small farmers - who were at the mercy of such mill owners.Current issues dealing with the government and political situation in Ethiopia, as well as human rights, freedom of the press and the future of Ethiopia and its people.
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India has become largest producer of sugar cane/sugar producing MnT of cane and MnT of sugar in , making it the largest producer of sugar in the world, representing about 20% of cane sugar production.
India also produces another 10 MnT of traditional sweeteners (gur 9 MnT, khandsari.
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