India has the capacity to produce enough spices to supply to the world market six times over, they stressed. From the macro economic viewpoint, this would mean that as the cost of spice production increase around the world , India, with her strong domestic base would be the one most likely to ride-out the storm to subsequently be in a position to benefit from the shortage. The spice industry is here to stay, unlike situation in many other exporting countries. They might cut back on their capacity or even switch to alternative cash crops offering better profits. Buyers of Indian specialty spices can be assured of a regular supply at competitive prices
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