Global tea consumption amounted to X thousand tonnes in 2015, growing by +X% against the previous year level.
Global tea imports amounted to X thousand tonnes in 2015, declining by -X% against the previous year level.
From 2008 to 2015, global exports on the tea market showed mixed dynamics, amounting to X thousand tonnes in 2015. In value terms, they dropped to X million USD in 2015, which was X million USD less than the year before.
The global tea market showed an upward trend from 2008 to 2013 and reached a peak at X thousand tonnes. However, in 2014, dynamics downturned. During the next two years, the global tea market decreased to X thousand tonnes.
The volume of total imports on the global tea market in 2015 stood at X thousand tonnes. In value terms, imports of tea decreased to X million USD in 2015, which was X million USD (X%) less than the year before.
From 2008 to 2013, global tea market production showed steady growth, reaching its peak level at X thousand tonnes. It was followed by a slight shrinkage over the next two years to X thousand tonnes in 2015.
Cost-effective labour, plenty of market opportunities and increasing demand from importers are all factors that are making the African tea industry appear an attractive prospect for investors on global tea market. However, political instability and poo
Sri Lanka continued its dominance in the global tea trade. In 2014, Sri Lanka exported X thousand tonnes of tea totaling X million USD, X% over the previous year. Its primary trading partner was the Russian Federation, where it supplied X% of it