India Commodity Year Book 2016
National Collateral Management Services Ltd (NCML), India's leading player in warehousing and collateral management, recently came out with the 7th edition of the ‘India Commodity Year Book 2016.' The Book is efficiently edited by Sanjay Kaul, Ex- IAS, MD and CEO, NCML and it has certainly become the country's benchmark publication on commodities.
The 2016 Year Book focuses on commodity inflation and monetary policy, the National Agriculture Market, commodity futures market, food politics, implications of SEBIFMC Merger on commodities market, Volatility, Uncertainty, Complexity and Ambiguity ( VUCA) drivers in commodity markets and weather insurance, besides commodity specific articles on pulses and cotton. The Statistical Section of the Book contains a rich commodity database that provides information for the last 10 years together, with expectations for the current and next year.
With a wealth of data related to the commodity sector and the views of competent authors - an excellent mix of policy makers, market practitioners, academicians and experts - this book is sure to continue to be of special interest and relevance to all policy makers, researchers, analysts and commodity & finance professionals. The book will also be found useful by stakeholders in the commodity India Commodity Year Book 2016 NCML Sanjay Kaul Unik Printers, Mumbai Rs 995
space including commodity market participants, traders, distributors, processors, importers and exporters, and all those engaged along the entire agri-value chain. The book serves the purpose of providing insights into the vast commodity space to the general reader.
This edition is divided into five sections. Part A contains analytical review of production, demand and price trends. Part B contains three Papers on commodity inflation and monetary policy. C section covers development and trends in agriculture and commodity markets. Part D of the book deals with risk mitigation measures using weather parameters. Part E captures the data and provides statistical details on several aspects.
India is not a perfect market for commodities because of several barriers and there is a need for integration with global market. India is microcosm of several countries and it calls for such agriculture policies that meet the requirements of different segments. It is an eye opener and helps in taking corrective measures.
The way commodities behave, it is difficult to take a perfect or permanent decision at certain point of time. Here the book provides very useful guidelines and directions.
NCML is a leading player in warehousing and collateral management. Wide experience and expertise of the publisher have made a solid base to gather a rich commodity database that provides information for the last 10 years together, with expectations for the current and next year.
Authors' views are independent. Authors have analysed the policies and issues in depth.Government's schemes have been evaluated. For example, while appreciating National Agricultural Market(NAM) initiative of the government, the expert argues that complexity of domestic market is so large that a single platform may not be useful for all region, so we need multiple initiatives and platforms for the marketing purpose.
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