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Ruchi Soya Industries Limited Corporate Presentation

Nomura International plc

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Overview of Ruchi Soya Industries Ltd.

Overview of Ruchi Soya Industries


Company Profile

Capacity Capacity growth


(MT/Yr)

One of the leading manufacturers of high quality edible oils, vanaspati, bakery fats and soya foods in India Annual turnover of over US$ 4.09 Bn(1) in FY11 Among the top Indian FMCG players Branded portfolio including Nutrela, Ruchi Gold, Sunrich and Mahakosh

7.0 6.0 5.0 4.0 3.0 2.0 1.0 0.0

Crushing: CAGR 1998-2011: 17% Refining: CAGR 1998-2011: 29% Vanaspati: CAGR 1998-2011: 22%

0.5 2.2

0.5 2.2

0.5 2.1 4.0 4.0

Present across the value chain with access to over 175,000 hectares of land in India for palm oil plantations Listed on BSE, NSE & DSE with market capitalisation of ~US$ 787 Mn(1) (as of March 31, 2011) Ongoing discussions for securing land for soya / palm plantation in geographies including Ethiopia and Cambodia and other geographies

0.1 0.6 1998

0.1 0.3 0.6 2002


Crushing

2.9

2008
Refining

2010
Vanaspati

2011*

Growing Sales (2)


Revenues (INR Bn)

Business Overview (2)


183 144 117 127
Food products 2% Vanaspati 6%

200 180 160 140 120 100 80 60 40 20 0


(1) (2) (3) Assuming INR/USD of 44.65 On the basis of consolidated financials *FY 11 data - Unaudited

Revenue mix (FY11)*


Others 6%

EBIT mix (FY11)*

91 76 52 26 33 39 48

Extractions 18% Oils 68%

Food prod ucts 4% Vana spati 5%

Othe rs 9%

FY01

FY02

FY03

FY04

FY05

FY06

FY07

FY08

FY09

FY10 FY11*

Extr actio ns 22%

Oils 60%

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Edible oil segment


The Company has a strong position in the edible oil segment with an estimated market share of ~15%. The company has also witnessed growth over the last 3-4 years in the institutional segment, which caters to institutional customers like, Parle, Britannia Industries, Cadbury India, Nestle India, Lotte India, Bunge India, and ITC Ruchi Soya edible oil sales(1)
000MT %
16.0%
Ruchi soya edible oil segment: CAGR FY07FY11: 18% Indian edible oil: CAGR FY07FY11: 9%

Ruchi Soya edible oil market share(2)

3,000

15.0% 14.2%

14.0%

2,500

2,380

2,408
12.0% 10.5% 11.8% 11.0%

2,000 1,535 1,500 1,243 1,598

10.0% 8.0% 6.0% 4.0%

1,000

500
2.0%

0 FY07 FY08 FY09 FY10 FY11*

0.0% FY07 FY08 FY09 FY10 FY 11

(000MT) Industry edible oil consumption


Source: USDA FAS

FY07 11,807

FY08 12,970

FY09 14,559

FY10 15,853

FY 11 16,912

1.Standalone sales of edible oil segment of Ruchi Soya Industries Ltd.; excludes the sales for captive consumption 2. Market share estimated based on edible oil sales of Ruchi Soya (excluding captive consumption) and Industry edible oil consumption based on USDA FAS data

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Evolution of Ruchi Soya Industries


Consolidated Revenues (INR Mn)

160,000

140,000

Consolidation of group companies, through scheme of amalgamation. Leading to increase in total capacity of the Company

2006: International Equity Offering (GDR) of ~US$60Mn

2009-2010: Acquisition of Palm Tech and Mac Oil Palm(1)

120,000

Refining Capacity (MT)


100,000

Revenues (INR Mn)

80,000

60,000

2.1

2.1

2.1

2.2

2.3

40,000

1.0
20,000

1.0

0.4 0.3
0 0.1 1999

0.1
2000

0.1
2001 2002

2003

2004

2005

2006

2007

2008

2009

2010

Primary focus on inland crushing High proportion of revenue from trading activities

Expansion of extraction and refining capacity Focus on branded products Increased port based refining

Focus on developing upstream business Secure access to 175,000 hectares of palm plantation in India

Efforts to secure international land bank access underway

1. Secured 21,945 hectares of oil palm plantations and added crushing capacity of 527,040 MTPA as a result of the Mac Oil and Palm Tech acquisitions

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Key Highlights

Key Highlights

Favourable Industry Dynamics Strong Market Position in Edible Oils in India Scale & Extensive Distribution Reach in India

Experienced Management Strong Brands in India

Strong Risk Management

Fully Integrated Operations

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Global Industry Overview


India is a leading consumer of edible oil with high growth expectation
World Edible Oil Consumption
Brazil 4% China 20% Others 37% Argentin Argentina a 2%
India 5% Argentin Argentina a 5% United States 7%
Source: USDA FAS

World Edible Oil Production


Indonesi Indonesia a 18%

Other 26%

Malaysia 15%

Europe 17% United States 8% India 11%

Europe 12%

China 13%

Palm and Soyabean oil constitute ~61% of the Global Edible Oil Demand
(MnT) 160 140 120 21 12 20 36 44 FY09 21 11 22 38 45 FY10 22 11 23 42
FY07-FY11 CAGR

2% 1% 8% 4% 7%

5% 43% 17% 14% 9% 7% 4%


Palm Rapeseed Cottonseed Other Soyabean Peanut Sunflowerseed

100 80 60 40 20 0

20 11 17 36 37 FY07

21 10 18 38 41 FY08

49

FY11

Palm oil
Source: USDA FAS

Soyabean oil

Rapeseed oil

Sunflowerseed oil

Others

Source: Global Edible Oil Demand as per USDA FAS

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India Edible Oil Industry: High growth potential


Robust growth in consumption of edible oil .. Rising deficit with domestic production not being able to keep pace
Oil Consumption growing inline with growth in population
Mn 1,250

getting turbo charged by growing per capita income


US$ 1,200

Significant growth in per capita consumption can be expected as Indian per capita GDP continues to grow
Per capita consumption (kg / yr) 26 Indonesia 24 Argentina 22 20 China Brazil 18 Russia 16 Pakistan Mexico 14 India 12 10 0 2,000 4,000 6,000 8,000 GDP / capita (US$) 10,000 12,000

1,200 1,150 1,100 1,050 1,000 950

2001

2002

2003

2004

2005

2006

2007

2008

2009

2010F

2001

2002

2003

2004

2005

2006

2007

2008

2009

2010F

2011F

Population
Source: USDA FAS, IMF

Total oil consumption

GDP / capita
Source: USDA FAS, IMF

Per capita consumption

2011F

Mn MT 1,216 18 16 1,182 14 1,148 12 1,199 1,113 1,165 10 1,078 1,131 8 1,043 1,096 1,060 6 4 2 0

1,000 800 600 400 200 0

(Kg / year) 1,021 1,124 16 14 12 763 10 1,031 601 945 8 459 443 694 6 523 446 4 2 0

Source: USDA FAS, IMF

Indian Edible oil demand being substantially met by imports as domestic production has lagged
MnT 20 16 12 8 4 0 FY05 FY06 FY07 FY08 FY09 FY10 FY11 5 5 5 6 8 9

Edible oils have a significant share in Indian agricultural imports

CAGR Imports: 11% CAGR Production : 2%

Others Cotton 7% 5% Fruits & Nuts 6% Cashew Nuts 7% Edible Oil 43%

Pulses 16% Wood Products 16%


Source: USDA FAS

India Imports
Source: USDA FAS

India Production

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India Edible Oil Industry: High growth potential (Contd)


Palm oil consumption in India has seen significant growth, and is primarily met through imports, leaving significant room for growth in domestic production
India Edible Oil Consumption
FY07-FY11 CAGR

India Edible Oil Imports


FY07-FY11 CAGR

000'MT 16,000

9%

15,853 14,559
667 674 852

16,912
930

14% 8,680

9,170

12,970
11, 807
12,000 523 600 574 398 2,330

731 2,670 2,300

2,700

000'MT

9,000

8,740

250
230 550 1,500 720 1,000

230 583 1,060

2,274

5,917
2,095 2,252 1,427

2,500 1,967 8,000 2,133 1,582 1,455 1,385

6,000

5,440

140 203 1,447


21%

151 18 733

19%

1,433 4,000 5,065 3,671 6,475 6,750

6,867
7,750

7,200 6,400

3,000

5,015 3,650

947 0 FY07
Cottonseed Palm

1,054 FY08
Peanut

1,038 FY09
Rapeseed Soybean

1,049 FY10
Sunflowerseed

1,141

0
FY11
Other

FY07

FY08

FY09

FY10

FY11

Source: USDA FAS

Source: USDA FAS

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Scale & Extensive Distribution Reach in India


Strategically located facilities striking the right balance between proximity to raw materials (cultivating states and ports) and proximity to markets, with an aggregate daily crushing capacity of 13,450 MT of oilseeds and aggregate refining capacity of 7,570 MT of oil Pan India Presence Manufacturing locations
Cities
1
Jammu

Crushing

Activity Refining Vanaspati

Parwanoo Amritsar Damtal Rajpura Dehradun Ludhiana 2 Chandigarh Roorkee Bhatinda Karnal Meerut Gurgaon Delhi Barelly Hapur Saharanpur Jaipur Rewari Agra Allahabad Kanpur Baran Guwahati Jodhpur Gorakhpur Daloda Kota Sumerpur 15 Varanasi Patna 4 8 Udaipur Dhanbad Shujalpur Raniganj Gwalior Jabalpur 7 Siliguri Guna 12 Manglia Ahmedabad 5 Gaderwada Ranchi Haldia 11 Piparia 10 Indore Kandla Kolkata 9 Sambalpur Jeypore 6 13 Raipur Washim Cuttack 14 Nashik Nagpur Pune Bilaspur Mumbai Bhiwandi Warangal 16 Vijaywada Patalganga Gulbarga Berhampur Davangere Hyderabad Bijapur Vizag Belgaum Ongole Kurnool Goa Tirupathi 17 Bellary 19 Kakinada Manglore 18 Banglore Shimoga Hassan Chennai Vellore Hubi Villupuram Mysore Kasargod Pondicherry Salem Calicut Kumbakonam Depot Cochin Trichy Plant location Madurai Palghat Office Erode Coimbatore Sriganganagar

1 Jammu 2 Ganganagar 3 Baran 4 Kota 5 Guna 6 Kandla 7 Shujalpur 8 Jabalpur 9 Piparia 10 Gadarwara 11 Haldia 12 Manglia 13 Nagpur 14 Washim 15 Daloda 16 Patalganga 17 Mangalore 18 Chennai 19 Palm Mills(1)

Soyafood

Access to Ports

Highlights

Pan India Footprint

Manufacturing facilities across 21 locations in India, giving access to markets across India 86 company depots (with storage and other logistical facilities) which serve 4,230 distributors across the country reaching 510,000 retail outlets All refining plants located near ports, providing easier access to imported edible oil Distribution through pipes at ports saves transport cost and time Inland crushing plants located in key soyabean and mustard producing states

Proximity to Ports Crushing in Soya bowl of India

Note: Distribution network as of March 2011 ; (1) Includes Palm crushing plants situated at Kakinada ( Andhra Pradesh) and Mysore (Karnataka) and Palm crushing plant situated at Vijaywada (Andhra Pradesh)

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Strong Brands in India


Track record of successfully creating brands in a highly commoditized industry Key Brands
INRBn

Branded Sales
21%
Branded Sales as % of Consolidated Total Sales

Premium

Nutrela Food products/ Refined Oils (Soyabean, Groundnut, Cottonseed, Sunflower, Mustard and Ricebran) Nutri Gold Vanaspati

40

37 35 32 30

38

33

Value

Mahakosh Refined Oils (Soyabean, Groundnut, Cottonseed and Ricebran) / Vanaspati Sunrich Refined Sunflower Oil Ruchi Gold Refined Oils (Mustard and Palmolein) Ruchi Star Refined Soyabean Oil

25

18%
20 18

23

15

10

Mass

0 FY05 FY06 FY07 FY08 FY09 FY10 FY11*

*FY11 data - unaudited Page 12

Fully Integrated Operations


Healthy mix of midstream and downstream, and well on its way to develop an upstream business

Information flows / Visibility across value chain

Origination

Processing

Products

Merchandising and distribution

Customer

Finance / Risk management / Logistics coordination

Origination

Processing

Products

Palm plantations across


Andhra Pradesh, Karnataka, Mizoram, Gujarat, Orissa and Tamil Nadu

Exclusive access to total


agricultural land of 175,000 hectares

Daily capacity (MT): Crushing:13,450 Crude Oil: 2,421 Soya Meal: 11,029 Refining: 7,570 Vanaspati & bakery fats:
1,565

Key products Edible oil Seed extractions, Vanaspati Food productions Key brands include Nutrela,
Ruchi Gold, Ruchi Star, Sunrich and Mahakosh

Merchandising and distribution(1)

86 company depots through


India with storage and logistical facilities

Pan India distribution network


covering 4,230 distributors

Textured soya protein: 507 Edible soya flour: 200

(1) Distribution network as of September 24th

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Strong Risk Management


The Company has effectively maintained revenue growth and profitability through the volatility of commodity cycles, over the last decade Consolidated Revenues (INR Bn)
(US$ / MnT) 2,000 1,800 1,600 1,400 1,200 1,000 800 600 400 200 0
2,400 2,000 1,658 1,600 1,200 1,036 851 800 400 0 FY01 FY02 FY03 FY04 FY05 FY06 FY07 FY08 FY09 FY10 FY11* 261 361 320 383 505 974 1,749

200 180 160 140 120 100 80 60 40 20 0 FY01 FY02 FY03 FY04 FY05 FY06 FY07 FY08 FY09 26 33 52 39 48 91 76 117 127 144

183

FY10 FY11*

Consolidated Net Income (INR Mn)

2,132

Source: IMF Rapeseed refers to - Rapeseed Oil; Crude, fob Rotterdam Soya refers to - Soybean Oil, Chicago Soybean Oil Futures (first contract forward) exchange approved grades, US$ per metric tonne Palm refers to - Palm oil, Malaysia Palm Oil Futures (first contract forward) 4-5 percent FFA, US$ per metric tonne *FY11 data - Unaudited

Apr-98 Nov-98 Jun-99 Jan-00 Aug-00 Mar-01 Oct-01 May-02 Dec-02 Jul-03 Feb-04 Sep-04 Apr-05 Nov-05 Jun-06 Jan-07 Aug-07 Mar-08 Oct-08 May-09 Dec-09 Aug-10 Mar-11
Rapeseed Soya

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Experienced Management

Experienced management team with over four decades of industry experience Credited with the growth and development of the soya and soya processing industry in India Key members have served or are currently serving as officers of various industry bodies, recognizing their standing in sector

Core Management Team

Managing Director of Ruchi Soya Industries Ltd. since 1986 Over 30 years of experience in the soya and edible oil industry Also serves as a Non Executive Director of Ruchi Infrastructure Ltd. Mr. Shahra holds a degree of Bachelors in Chemical Engineering Responsible for operations in all the port based refineries Over 16 years of experience in the relevant operations, including in Ruchi Soya since 2006 Mr. Shahra holds a degree of Bachelors in Commerce and Masters in Business Administration Oversees Strategy, M&A and International Expansion Previously, served as the President and Chief Executive of Agri Business and Food Supply Chain at Reliance Retail Limited from 2006 to May 2010 Mr. Asthana has previously also held the position of business head, grains and oilseeds, at Cargill Over 22 years of experience, including ~15 years in Ruchi Soya Responsible for Finance and Treasury operations Qualified chartered accountant, cost accountant and company secretary Joined Ruchi Soya Industries in 2009 Previous experience includes 16 years in Asian Paints (holding positions including, Regional HeadS.Pacific, China & Hongkong and CEO for Bangladesh and Dubai) and 4 years in ITC Ltd. (Agri Business)
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Mr. Dinesh Shahra Managing Director

Mr. Nitesh Shahra President, Refinery Business

Mr. Sanjeev Asthana Additional Director

Mr. V. Suresh Kumar Head, Corporate Finance

Mr. RV Ramanujam Chief Operating Officer


Source: Company.

Strong Market Position in Edible Oils in India


Among the oldest and most established edible oil players in India Market Position in India(1) Exports/Imports

Select Awards Received


National energy conservation awards

Among the leading importers of edible oil Among the leading exporters of meal/oil seed extracts

Edible oil / Vanaspati 2nd Karnataka Plant (2009) 2nd Chennai Plant (2007) 1st Gujarat plant (2008) 1st Chennai Plant (2008)

Capacity

Globoil gold awards Management awards

Among the largest capacities

Ruchi soya awards

Crushing capacity (13,450MT/day) Refinery capacity (7,570MT/day)

Globoil man of the year 2010

Highest exporter of oil meals 1st (2010/ 09 / 07 / 06 / 04 / 03 / 00 / 99 / 98)

Nitesh Shahra

Access to one of the largest palm oil plantations in India

Globoil man of the decade award in the year 2006

Highest importer of edible oil 1st (2010/ 09 / 07 / 06 / 03 / 98)

Branded Products

Dinesh Shahra

One of the leading Indian Edible oil players in terms of Volumes

Outstanding Performance for a decade in Import of edible oil (09)

Legend of the year 2003

Very strong position in Palmolein Oil Kailash Shahra

Outstanding Performance for a decade in Export of oil meal (09)

Extensive portfolio of brand sales in edible oil segment

(1) Based on company estimates

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Business Strategy

Backward Integration

Expansion into upstream business in order to enhance margins as well as secure supply chain Improving ability to source raw materials required from multiple sources in a timely and cost effective manner, with reduced dependence on third parties In FY2010, the Company acquired 2 entities with exclusive rights to cultivate palm plantations in two of the key palm producing states in India The Company entered into MoU with State governments securing access to a portion of the palm fruit produce at certain plantations

Expansion of installed capacity

Sustained expansion in capacity to meet the growing demand of Edible oil in India, in addition to helping the Company realize efficiencies and economies of scale In the process of expanding CPO (crude palm oil) refining capacity by 1 Mn MTPA by FY2011

Focus on maintaining leadership position in the branded edible oils segment in India Increase of sales and marketing efforts in regions where the Company does not have a strong presence, particularly towns with population less than 50,000 Increased focus on R&D activities on expanding product range

Greater focus on branded portfolio

New health-focused product development to be marketed under the Nutrela brand Potential introduction of new zero-transfat vanaspati product , as well as other new palm and soya products

Diversify geographic footprint, and enhance scale and reach of operations Explore opportunities to produce and sell edible oil in other emerging markets Ongoing discussions for securing land for soya / palm plantation in geographies including Ethiopia and Cambodia and other geographies

Increasing Global Presence

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Key Highlights

Favourable Industry Dynamics Strong Market Position in Edible Oils in India Scale & Extensive Distribution Reach in India

Experienced Management Strong Brands in India

Strong Risk Management

Fully Integrated Operations

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Appendices

Market and Ownership Overview


Top Holders (1)
Sr No. Name of the shareholder 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 Vs Net Ltd Sawit Plantationa Pte. Ltd. Cresta Fund Limited Albula Investment Fund Limited Aiwo Ltd Merrill Lynch Capital Markets Espana Merdale Investment Co. Limited Clemfield Industries Limited Total Shares as % of total no. of shares 6.61% 5.90% 3.66% 3.45% 3.34% 1.38% 1.28% 1.20% 26.82%
Non institutional 31% Promoter 52% FII 16% FI / Bank 1%

Shareholding Pattern (1)

Capital Market Data(3)


Indexed

Indexed Stock Price Performance - 5 years


350 300
158%

Equity Capital Face Value @ INR 2 Closing Price(3)

INR 665Mn INR1105.65 INR142.45 (H) INR79.85 (L) 332.50 INR 35.13 Bn (US$ 787 Mn)

250 200

52 Week High Low No. of shares outstanding (Mn) (3) Market Capitalization(3)
1. 2. 3.

150 100 50 0 08/2005 06/2006 04/2007 01/2008 Ruchi Soya 11/2008 09/2009 07/2010

Source: Notice to NSE post amalgamation Sunshine Oleochem Limited with Ruchi Soya Industries Limited, as of Septermber 24, 2010 As of March 31, 2011 INR/USD of 44.65 Source: NSE

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Summary Financials Consolidated


INR Mn Consolidated Profit and Loss statement: Total Revenue EBITDA PBT PAT Consolidated Balance Sheet Net Fixed Assets Incl. CWIP Current Assets, Loans and Advances Current Liabilities and Provisions Loans Share Capital Reserves and Surplus 10,780 32,185 17,358 16,091 817 8,219 12,017 51,369 31,817 19,898 1,054 10,199 14,137 49,951 32,739 18,515 1,055 11,005 20,942 57,709 34,148 24,561 825 (2) 18,638 23,849 88,505 43,874 45,062 (1) 686 (2) 21,456 (3) 90,695 3,034 1,610 1,036 117,202 4,385 2,639 1,658 127,423 2,905 1,572 975 143,943 4,443 2,809 1,749 183,140 6,031 3,576 2,132 FY07 FY08 FY09 FY10 FY 11*

Source: Company filings 1. Including short term loans of INR 22,210 Mn, which are guaranteed by banks against fixed deposits in the banks 2. Share capital takes into account redemption of preference shares capital in FY 10 and conversion of share warrants into equity shares in FY 11 3. Includes increase on account of revaluation of fixed assets pursuant to scheme of amalgamation 4. *FY11 data - Unaudited

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Summary Financials - Consolidated


Revenues
INR Bn
INR Bn

EBITDA
INR Bn

Net Income
6.0

200 160 120 80 40 0 FY07 FY08 FY09 FY10 117 90 144 127

183

7 6 5 4 3 2 1 0 3.0 4.4 2.9 4.4

3 2.2 2 1.0 1 1.7 1.0 1.8

0
FY07 FY08 FY09 FY10 FY11*

FY11*

FY07

FY08

FY09

FY10

FY11*

Net Worth(1)
INR Bn

Total Assets
INR Bn

30 22 20 9 11 12 20

120 100 80 60 40 20 43 79 63 64

113

10

0 FY07 FY08 FY09 FY10 FY11*

0 FY07 FY08 FY09 FY10 FY11*

Source: Company Filings 1. Net Worth takes into account the redemption of preference shares and revaluation of fixed assets pursuant to scheme of amalgamation 2. FY 11 data - Unaudited

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Process Flow Diagram


Soybean extraction plant
Beans Cleaning, Cracking, Dehulling, Conditioning, Flaking Full Flat Flakes

Oil Extraction Toasting Defatted Soya Flakes Grinding/Grading Grinding Soya Flour Extrusion Soya Meal Textured Soya Protein Refined Soya Oil Hydrogenation Dom Bagging Crude Soyabean oil

Vanaspati

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Abbreviations
Abbreviations Used
FY Mn Bn yr MT MTPA BSE NSE DSE INR US$ USDA FAS IMF

Description
Financial Year Million Billion Year Metric Tonnes Metric Tonnes per annum Bombay Stock Exchange National Stock Exchange Delhi Stock Exchange Indian Rupee United States Dollar United States Department of Agriculture Foreign Agricultural Service International Monetary Fund Page 24

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