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Dear Subscribers and Visitors,

It is my pleasure to welcome you to the new IPC Website which provides important and useful information to improve our understanding and interaction with all the stake holders of the pepper industry and an indispensable source of information for pepper community.

The IPC has launched its advanced and user friendly website which provides updated data on production, export, quality standards, programs for development & promotion of pepper industry and other value added services, speedy browsing and easy access to technical information for the development of the International Pepper Community.

We hope you find the new website a unique source for all your needs on pepper industry.

W.D.L. Gunaratne
Executive Director

WPB Week #21/16, 23 - 27 May 2016
Local price of pepper at most producing countries were relatively stable, even increased in Sri Lanka. In dollar terms, marginal decreases were reported due to weakening of local currencies against US Dollar taken place during the week. FOB price in Vietnam continued to increase. Although the harvest has completed, farmers are not eagerly releasing their material, expecting better return in future. Market in Lampung is very quiet as stock at farmers has exhausted. New material is only expected in July/August.

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IPC held 22nd Meeting of IPC Committee on Quality in Kuching, Malaysia
The IPC had the 22nd Meeting of IPC Committee on Quality during 25th – 26th April 2016 at Kuching, Sarawak, Malaysia. The meeting was organized jointly by the Malaysian Pepper Board and the International Pepper Community and attended by members of IPC Committee on Quality from member countries namely India, Indonesia, Malaysia and Sri Lanka. 

Dato Grunsin Ayom, the Director General of Malaysian Pepper Board in his opening speech highlighting the importance of quality issues in the pepper trade and industry. He further said that the Government of Malaysia is promoting the quality improvement programme for the pepper sector to protect the interest of thousands of pepper farmers in Malaysia and he appreciated the good works undertaken by the Committee in addressing the quality related issues such as revising the IPC quality standards, producing GMP document as part of the quality improvement programme among the IPC member countries.

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Market Review - April 2016
During April 2016, the Price Index of Pepper increased by around 1 point for black Pepper and decreased by 2 points for white Pepper (Table1). The composite price of black Pepper increased by around 1% to US$ 8,426 per Mt from US$ 8,372 per Mt. in March 2016 and for white Pepper decreased by 2 % from US$ 12,377 per Mt in March 2016 to US$ 12,136 in April 2016 (Table2). The Pepper price was mainly influenced by the decrease of FOB price in Vietnam, the largest Pepper exporting country; while FOB prices in India saw increase in Pepper price while other producing countries were relatively stable.

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6 Negara IPC Tinjau Perkebunan Lada di Desa Batuah

TENGGARONG – Enam negara anggota International Pepper Community (IPC) yaitu India, Malaysia, Brazil, Vietnam, Srilanka, termasuk Indonesia mengunjungi perkebunan lada di Desa Batuah kecamatan Loa Janan, Kutai Kartanegara (Kukar), Rabu (16/3).

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Spices Board (Ministry of Commerce, Government of India)

22 Feb - 26 Feb 2016

Brazil, Ex- Para 0
India, Ex-Kochi 0
Indonesia, Ex-Lampung 7,808
Malaysia, Ex-Kuching 6,951
Vietnam, Ex-HCMC6,365
Sri Lanka 8,347
Indonesia, Ex-Pkl.Pinang 12,313
Malaysia, Ex-Kuching 11,745
Vietnam, Ex-HCMC 8,847
China, Ex-Hainan 0

Belem ASTA0
Kochi ASTA9,090
Lampung ASTA7,783
Kuching ASTA6,930
Ho Chi Minh 500g/l6,892
Ho Chi Minh 550g/l8,150
Pangkal Pinang FAQ11,860
Kuching FAQ11,628
Ho Chi Minh FAQ9,615
Haikou FAQ0

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