Tea Production

Some articles on tea, tea production, production:

Ceylon Tea (white) - International Market and Prices
... Sri Lankan tea continued to have international success into the 2000s (decade) ... In 2001, despite falling tea prices in every major tea exporting country and increasing competition, Sri Lanka retained its position as the world's top tea exporter by ... World tea production in 2001 rose 3.7% to 3.022 million tonnes (3.331 million short tons), but in Sri Lanka tea exports rose to an all-time high of $658 million ...
Indian Tea Culture
... India produces and consumes more tea than any other country in the world, except for China, including the famous Assam tea and Darjeeling tea ... Montek Singh Ahluwalia, there are plans to officially recognise tea as the “National Drink” in 2013 ... in December, 2011, India, as the world’s largest consumer of tea uses nearly 30 per cent of the global output ...
1900s (decade) - Technology
... internal combustion engine including mass production of the automobile ... In 1902, the Mercedes 35 hp automobiles with that engine were put into production by DMG ... Records sold because their fidelity improved, mass production processes were soon developed, advertising worked, and prices dropped from one and two dollars to around 35 cents." ...
Cuppa - Economics - Production
... In 2003, world tea production was 3.21 million tonnes annually ... In 2010, world tea production reached over 4.52 million tonnes ... The largest producers of tea are the People's Republic of China, India, Kenya, Sri Lanka, and Turkey ...
Ilam, Nepal - Tea Production
... Tea production in Ilam (as Nepal tea) started as early as 1863, when the Chinese government offered then Prime Minister Jung Bahadur Rana tea saplings that were then planted in Ilam ... In 1868, the Ilam tea factory was established, and tea plantations covered over 135 acres of land ... In 2010, the tea factory was privatized, and is currently not under operation ...

Famous quotes containing the words production and/or tea:

    Constant revolutionizing of production ... distinguish the bourgeois epoch from all earlier ones. All fixed, fast-frozen relations, with their train of ancient and venerable prejudices are swept away, all new-formed ones become antiquated before they can ossify. All that is solid melts into air, all that is holy is profaned, and man is at last compelled to face with sober senses, his real conditions of life, and his relations with his kind.
    Karl Marx (1818–1883)

    The professional must learn to be moved and touched emotionally, yet at the same time stand back objectively: I’ve seen a lot of damage done by tea and sympathy.
    Anthony Storr (b. 1920)