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Government notifies five ports for the import of Pulses Myanmar, Mozambique & Malawi

Tags: Economy/Finance International News

According to a notification issued by the Directorate General Foreign Trade, import of pulses from Myanmar, Malawi and Mozambique will be allowed through five ports – Mumbai, Tuticorin, Chennai, Kolkata and Hazira.

The Mumbai port is in Maharashtra, Tuticorin and Chennai are in Tamilnadu, Kolkata in West Bengal and Hazira in Gujarat.

Import of duty free pulses from Myanmar, Malawi and Mozambique

India has signed an agreement to import pulses from these countries duty free. They are as follows:

  • It will import 2 lakh tonnes of tur per year from Mozambique for the next five years starting from 2021.
  • It will import 50,000 tonnes of tur from Malawi per year till 2025.
  • It will import 100,000 tonnes of tur from Myanmar per year till 2025.

India also imports lentils (masur) from Canada and Australia for augmenting domestic supplies.

Though India is the largest producer of pulses in the world it is also the largest importer in the world. To meet the domestic demands, the government has allowed duty free import of tur and urad till 31 march 2023.

The total pulse production in India in 2021-22 is estimated to be 27.75 million tonnes.

India meets 10 -12% of its requirement of pulses   through import.

Pulses 

India is the largest producer, importer and consumer of pulses in the world accounting for nearly 25% of global production, 15% of International trade and 27% of world consumption. 

India buys maximum pulses from Canada followed by Myanmar. 

Largest Producer of pulses in India (2020-21)(in descending order )

  1. Madhya Pradesh 
  2. Rajasthan 
  3. Maharashtra

Largest Producer of Tur in India (2020-21)(in descending order )

  1. Maharashtra 
  2. Karnataka 
  3. Telangana 

Source: Economic Survey 2021-22.

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