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50,000 tonnes of onion to be released for export

By Our Special Correspondent

NEW DELHI, JULY 30. The Centre has decided to release 50,000 tonnes of onion for export from July 27 till August 31.

The quantity will be allocated to the canalising agencies with the usual conditions of Minimum Export Price (MEP) and payment of refundable deposit.

As per the latest order, the NAFED is allowed to export 17,500 tonnes, Maharashtra State Agriculture Marketing Board 17,500 tonnes, Gujarat Agro Industries Corporation Ltd., 5000 tonnes, the Spices Trading Corporation Ltd., 2000 tonnes, the Karnataka State Cooperative Marketing Federation Ltd., 2000 tonnes, the National Cooperative Consumers Federation of India Ltd., 2,500 tonnes and the North Karnataka Onion Growers Cooperative Society 1000 tonnes.

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