National Competition Policy and Economic Growth of India. Food and Agricultural Marketing Sector. Dr. Anusree Paul Symbiosis School of Economics Pune. PAC Meeting - ComPEG CIRC, 7 th February 2013. Structure of Presentation. Background Aim of the Study Agricultural Marketing Chain
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Dr. Anusree Paul
Symbiosis School of Economics
PAC Meeting - ComPEG
CIRC, 7th February 2013
Scope of the Study:
Source: Author’s Compilation
2. Institutions provide and maintaining marketing infrastructure (physical and institutional): SAMBs, APMCs etc.
3. Institutions involved in administered prices, e.g. NAFED, FCI, CACP etc.
4. Institutions influence foreign trade: APEDA
Retailers/Wholesalers in the vicinity of the Regulated markets
Consumers in the vicinity of the Regulated markets
Aratdars lend money to the farmers
No clarity on how the first auction-price was determining
Consumers in other states/cities
Traders have clear information about the price of similar product in Arats/wholesale market in other states
Aratdars in other states / cities/ wholesale markets