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India iron ore supply - potential undermined

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19 March 2013

India iron ore supply - potential undermined

Report summary

Following a recent shift in environmental and development policies, Indian exports have nosedived and are expected to continue declining in the near term. Mining bans imposed on the Indian iron ore industry have crippled production. In conjunction to this, a six-fold increase in export duties and rail tariff hikes have made exports uneconomical for some miners that have permission to produce. In 2012, India shipped a mere 33 million tonnes, down 59% from its 2011 exports.

Table of contents

  • Executive summary
  • Mining ban crippling production
  • Fiscal and transport barriers limiting exports in Odisha
  • Will Indian exports make a comeback?

Tables and charts

This report includes 7 images and tables including:

  • Contrast between east and west coast export transport
  • Costs with 5% duty and no rail surcharge
  • Costs with 30% duty and rail surcharge
  • Costs with 5% duty and no rail surcharge
  • Costs with 30% duty and rail surcharge
  • Operating Margins
  • Remaining Present Value

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