Growth and instability of export and import in the trade of selected agricultural commodities: India vis-à-vis Afghanistan
Mohammad Akbar Nadeer Poor and BL Patil
Asafoetida, Fig, Grapes, Almond, Walnut and Apple are the major commodities traded from Afghan’s country, are having the major share in terms of quantity commodités are major exportable agricultural commodités of Afghanistan which has many other benefits on the economy and national income. The présent study evaluates in the Trade of agricultural commodités and also the export performance of commodités. The analysis was made using compound annual growth rate analysis and descriptive statistics of growth rate analysis. The results revealed that export to India was stable importer of asafoetida grew and positive and significant growth rate of 19.15 per cent, Fig growth rate of 17.17 per cent, Almond growth rate of 20,92 per cent, Grapes 112.19 per cent, Walnut growth rate of 16.24 per cent and Apple growth rate of 51.62 per cent and entire the total of six crops export from Afghanistan to India the grow rate of 29.55 per cent are positive and significant. And also, India is the best exportér of agricultural products to Afghanistan, Products have been exported to Afghanistan such as Sugar, Groundnut, Coconut, Rice, Cumin and Cashew. The results revealed that export to Afghanistan was stable of Sugar positive and significant the growth rate of 14.93 per cent, Groundnut was growth rate of 51.70 per cent, Coconut was growth rate of 50.30 per cent, Rice was growth rate of 1.56 per cent, Cumin was growth rate of 28.90 per cent and Cashew was positive and significant 23.88 per cent and all India was export positive and significant growth rate of 20.40 per cent with instability of 24.34 percent respectively.
India and Afghanistan with continued to be proved as a stable importer of agricultural commodities.
Mohammad Akbar Nadeer Poor, BL Patil. Growth and instability of export and import in the trade of selected agricultural commodities: India vis-à-vis Afghanistan. Int J Finance Manage Econ 2022;5(2):109-113. DOI: 10.33545/26179210.2022.v5.i2.156