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Title: A study on the impact of lpg on natural rubber and rubber based industries in kanyakumari district
Researcher: Janet Y. Selvia,V
Guide(s): Raja Justus,E
Keywords: economic reforms
Kanyakumari district
lpg
natural rubber
rubber based industries
Upload Date: 24-Jun-2014
University: Manonmaniam Sundaranar University
Completed Date: March 2012
Abstract: Indian rubber industry is in a transition period due to the economic reforms initiated by the Government headed by Shri.P.V.Narasimgha Rao at the Center in 1991. The impact of LPG may be adverse or favorable on all fronts of rubber industry from production to consumption. The object of this study is to throw light on these impacts, so that a long-term strategy for NR can be formulated. Following are the objectives of the study. Kanyakumari District in Tamil Nadu accounts for 98 percentage of production of rubber in the State. A large quantum of people depends on this industry for their existence. So there is a greater need for the sustenance of the rubber sector both in the forms of rubber plantation and rubber based industries in Kanyakumari district which covers a geographical area of 167200 hectares. The best quality latex is produced in Kazhiyal and Kulasekharam rubber plantations in Kanyakumari district15. Out of 91807 hectares of total crop area, rubber is cultivated in 19500 hectares. Nearly 24000 tonnes of natural rubber is produced per annum. There are 16 rubber estates with an area of more than 20 hectares 24 rubber estates with an area of 10 to 20 hectares and growing rubber in 6011 hectares and about 30250 small holdings in 13489 hectares.16 Arasu Rubber Corporation cultivates rubber in 4280 hectares newline
Pagination: xiii,259p.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/10603/19698
Appears in Departments:Department of Commerce

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