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The Return on Agricultural Investments

Agricultural investment is widely recognised as one of the most important and effective strategies for economic growth and poverty reduction in rural areas where the majority ofRead More →

Following Trends in Agricultural Commodities over 2015-2024

In our last post, we looked at the impact of consumption, production, and price trends on agricultural commodities, based on the OECD-FAO reportRead More →

2015 – 2024 Outlook Trends for Agri-Commodity Markets

This post is drawn from a summary of an OECD-FAO report titled: “Agricultural Outlook 2015-2024”

In the past decade, the agri-commodities Read More →

Promoting Farm Productivity through Mechanization

In our previous post, we discussed how upgrading India’s farms and the agricultural sector with the latest technology will improve overall efficiency and output.Read More →

State of Mechanization in India

India is the largest producer of tractors in the world. Timely government intervention in policy and technology development allowed for inflow of foreign technology through collaboration. Read More →

Indian livestock policy paradox and the way forward


Livestock sector plays a multi-faceted role in the socio-economic development of the national economy. Read More →

Bottlenecks in Indian Agro Processing Industry

The agro processing sector continues to be at a nascent stage, and its challenges need to be addressed on several fronts for the industry’s revival and crucial market benefits.
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Agro-processing sector in India

The Agro-processing industry in India has gained prominence in recent years. Availability of raw materials, changing lifestyles and liberal government policies has given a considerable push to industry’s growth. Read More →

Initiatives to boost agricultural credit in India

Agricultural credit is the key element in modernising agriculture in India. Though the amount of credit in the economy has increased over the years, several weaknesses have crept in which have threatened the sustainability of financial institutions. Read More →

The irony of agricultural credit in India

Enhanced credit to agriculture is normally associated with buoyancy in the sector. However, a closer look at the data reveals otherwise. Read More →

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