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Collection Rates for Selected Import Groups
[TABLE 2.10]

 

               
 

COMMODITY GROUP

1990-91

1991-92

1992-93

1993-94

1994-95

(in per cent)
1995-96
(Prov)

               

1

Food products

47

25

12

19

22

23

2

POL

34

31

31

36

31

30

3

Chemicals

92

82

71

52

44

44

4

Man-made fibres

83

63

45

18

18

36

5

paper & newsprint

24

23

18

13

11

8

6

Natural fibres

20

21

20

14

9

12

7

Metals

95

110

97

69

53

52

8

Capital goods

60

64

53

31

38

33

9

Others

20

14

13

10

11

13

10

Non POL

51

49

39

28

29

28

11

Total

47

44

37

30

29

29

  1. Includes cereals, pulses, milk and cream, fruits, vegetable and animal fats.

  2. Includes chemical elements, compounds, pharmaceuticals, dyeing and colouring materials, plastics and rubber.

  3. Includes pulp and waste paper, newsprint, paperboards and manufactures and printed books, newspaper, journals, etc.

  4. Includes raw wool and silk.

  5. Includes iron and steel and non-ferrous metals.

  6. Includes non-electrical machinery and project imports, electrical machinery and transport equipment.

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