Top 10 Countries with Highest Export of Green Tea from Nepal

Last updated on 2022-09-24
Top 10 Countries with Highest Export of Green Tea from Nepal

Tea is the world's oldest beverage, and it is also the second most widely used beverage after water. For nearly 5,000 years, humans have been brewing tea leaves into a beverage. Tea has a distinct flavor, aroma, and flavor. It was initially created by Chinese Emperor Shen Nung, commonly known as the divine healer, in 2737 BC. Here we have compiled the top ten countries to which green tea is exported from Nepal.

*The data is collected from the Ministry of Finance and the ranking is done according to the export value.

10. China

China
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Nepal's main source of foreign direct investment is China. Nepal and China have a warm and amicable relationship in practice. In Nepal's development endeavors, China has been a significant partner. Nepal has received financial and technical assistance from China in areas such as infrastructure development, transportation, industrial development, health, and education. China is Nepal's second-largest trading partner, with total exports to China totaling around US$181 million in 2015/16, up from US$179 million the previous fiscal year.

  • Export Value (in Thousands) : Rs. 2,949
  • Export Quantity : 1,937 kg

9. United Kingdom

United Kingdom
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Nepal's formal links with the United Kingdom were established in 1816 and have been warm and friendly ever since, thriving to both countries' mutual benefit. One of Nepal's top ten trading partners is the United Kingdom. Nepali carpets, ready-made apparel, leather and leather products, Nepali paper and paper products, handicrafts, and jewelry are all substantial exports to the UK. Machinery and components, airplanes and commodities, beverages, cosmetics, pharmaceutical, and medical equipment, and textiles, among other items, are all major imports from the United Kingdom.

  • Export Value (in Thousands) : Rs. 4,983
  • Export Quantity : 907 kg

8. Australia

Australia
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On February 15, 1960, Nepal and Australia established diplomatic ties. Both countries celebrated 50 years of diplomatic relations in 2010. Health, education, hydroelectricity, sustainable forest management, agriculture, strengthening governance and service delivery, civil aviation, and livestock management have all been areas where the Australian government and private sector have assisted Nepal's economic and social development over the years. Australia's trade with Nepal totaled $2.4 billion in 2012-9-20. Nepal imports refined petroleum, dairy products, beverages, alcohol, and vegetables from Australia while exporting tea, coffee, essential oils, leather goods, garments, floor coverings, carpets, cotton dresses, paintings, and pastels.

  • Export Value (in Thousands) : Rs. 5,092
  • Export Quantity : 4,775 kg

7. Netherlands

Netherlands
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Nepal and the Netherlands established diplomatic relations on April 2, 1960. At the same time as the Netherlands Embassy in New Delhi is accredited to Nepal, the Nepalese Embassy in Belgium is accredited to the Netherlands. Nepal and the Netherlands have friendly, cordial, and cooperative bilateral ties at both the government and people-to-people levels. Nepal will import textile materials, machinery, and components, industrial raw materials, electrical goods, and research equipment from the Netherlands in 2020-21.

  • Export Value (in Thousands) : Rs. 5,785
  • Export Quantity : 2,851 kg

6. France

France
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Nepal and France have maintained excellent bilateral relations since their diplomatic relations were established on April 20, 1949. Nepal-France relations have been marked by immense warmth, trust, and mutual respect on both sides since then. Among them are passport printing, hotels, medicine, aluminum items, and other French investment fields. Nepal imports machinery and parts from France, as well as industrial raw materials, aircraft and spare parts, telecommunications equipment, vaccines, and scientific research equipment. The value of imports exceeds the value of exports.

  • Export Value (in Thousands) : Rs. 13,487
  • Export Quantity : 3,655 kg

5. Czech Republic

Czech Republic
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On March 2, 1994, Nepal and the Czech Republic established diplomatic ties. The Nepalese Ambassador to Germany is also accredited to the Czech Republic, and the Czech Republic's Ambassador to India is also accredited to Nepal. In 1988, a Nepalese trade delegation traveled to the Czech Republic to meet with representatives from the Czech Chambers of Commerce and Industry. In March 1999, a 15-member Czech trade mission led by Mr. Petr Kulovany, Director of the Czech Republic's Ministry of Industry and Trade's Asia Department, visited Nepal.

  • Export Value (in Thousands) : Rs. 15,345
  • Export Quantity : 9,163 kg

4. Canada

Canada
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On January 18, 1965, Nepal and Canada established diplomatic relations, and the two countries have a long history of friendship. Trade flows between Canada and Nepal are quite minimal because the two countries have strong and long-standing bilateral connections. In 2003, Nepal and Canada signed a Memorandum of Understanding allowing Nepali products to enter Canada duty-free and quota-free. In May 2013, the Federation of Nepalese Chambers of Commerce and Industry (FNCCI) and the Indo-Canadian Business Chamber (ICBC) inked an MOU with the purpose of founding the Canada-Nepal Business Executive Committee (CNBEC). Tea, coffee, and spices, as well as cheese, plants and plant parts, pastry items, dog or cat food, cereals, skins, and associated products, and fiber products, are all exported to Canada.

  • Export Value (in Thousands) : Rs. 19,289
  • Export Quantity : 5,188 kg

3. United states

United states
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Nepal and the US have a robust and mutually beneficial relationship. The United States recognized Nepal in 1947, and the two countries established diplomatic relations in 1948. In 2016, Nepal became one of the few countries in the world to have a single-country trade preference agreement with the US. One of Nepal's most important trading partners is the United States.

  • Export Value (in Thousands) : Rs. 26,780
  • Export Quantity : 8,409 kg

2. Japan

Japan
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Nepal and Japan have had diplomatic relations since the late eighteenth century. Diplomatic relations were established on September 1, 1956, formalizing the connection. The two countries' relations are marked by friendship, friendliness, and cooperation. Nepal established an embassy in Tokyo in 1965, and Japan established an embassy in Kathmandu in 1967. Nepal's most important trading partners are Japan and China.

  • Export Value (in Thousands) : Rs. 29,089
  • Export Quantity : 9,701 kg

1. Germany

Germany
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Nepal's most important commercial partner, especially for carpets and textiles, is Germany. Equipment and industrial items account for the majority of Nepal's imports from Germany. An investment protection agreement has been in effect since October 1986. Nepal imports a variety of industrial raw materials, chemicals, mechanical equipment and components, electric and electronic devices, automobiles, and other items from Germany. One of Nepal's most important trading partners is Germany.

  • Export Value (in Thousands) : Rs. 71,711
  • Export Quantity : 26,365 kg

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10. China

China
Image Source: History.com

Nepal's main source of foreign direct investment is China. Nepal and China have a warm and amicable relationship in practice. In Nepal's development endeavors, China has been a significant partner. Nepal has received financial and technical assistance from China in areas such as infrastructure development, transportation, industrial development, health, and education. China is Nepal's second-largest trading partner, with total exports to China totaling around US$181 million in 2015/16, up from US$179 million the previous fiscal year.

  • Export Value (in Thousands) : Rs. 2,949
  • Export Quantity : 1,937 kg

9. United Kingdom

United Kingdom
Image Source: Nations Online Project

Nepal's formal links with the United Kingdom were established in 1816 and have been warm and friendly ever since, thriving to both countries' mutual benefit. One of Nepal's top ten trading partners is the United Kingdom. Nepali carpets, ready-made apparel, leather and leather products, Nepali paper and paper products, handicrafts, and jewelry are all substantial exports to the UK. Machinery and components, airplanes and commodities, beverages, cosmetics, pharmaceutical, and medical equipment, and textiles, among other items, are all major imports from the United Kingdom.

  • Export Value (in Thousands) : Rs. 4,983
  • Export Quantity : 907 kg

8. Australia

Australia
Image Source: Kirtipur Abroad Study Center

On February 15, 1960, Nepal and Australia established diplomatic ties. Both countries celebrated 50 years of diplomatic relations in 2010. Health, education, hydroelectricity, sustainable forest management, agriculture, strengthening governance and service delivery, civil aviation, and livestock management have all been areas where the Australian government and private sector have assisted Nepal's economic and social development over the years. Australia's trade with Nepal totaled $2.4 billion in 2012-9-20. Nepal imports refined petroleum, dairy products, beverages, alcohol, and vegetables from Australia while exporting tea, coffee, essential oils, leather goods, garments, floor coverings, carpets, cotton dresses, paintings, and pastels.

  • Export Value (in Thousands) : Rs. 5,092
  • Export Quantity : 4,775 kg

7. Netherlands

Netherlands
Image Source: Netherlands Tourism

Nepal and the Netherlands established diplomatic relations on April 2, 1960. At the same time as the Netherlands Embassy in New Delhi is accredited to Nepal, the Nepalese Embassy in Belgium is accredited to the Netherlands. Nepal and the Netherlands have friendly, cordial, and cooperative bilateral ties at both the government and people-to-people levels. Nepal will import textile materials, machinery, and components, industrial raw materials, electrical goods, and research equipment from the Netherlands in 2020-21.

  • Export Value (in Thousands) : Rs. 5,785
  • Export Quantity : 2,851 kg

6. France

France
Image Source: Hand Luggage Only

Nepal and France have maintained excellent bilateral relations since their diplomatic relations were established on April 20, 1949. Nepal-France relations have been marked by immense warmth, trust, and mutual respect on both sides since then. Among them are passport printing, hotels, medicine, aluminum items, and other French investment fields. Nepal imports machinery and parts from France, as well as industrial raw materials, aircraft and spare parts, telecommunications equipment, vaccines, and scientific research equipment. The value of imports exceeds the value of exports.

  • Export Value (in Thousands) : Rs. 13,487
  • Export Quantity : 3,655 kg

5. Czech Republic

Czech Republic
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On March 2, 1994, Nepal and the Czech Republic established diplomatic ties. The Nepalese Ambassador to Germany is also accredited to the Czech Republic, and the Czech Republic's Ambassador to India is also accredited to Nepal. In 1988, a Nepalese trade delegation traveled to the Czech Republic to meet with representatives from the Czech Chambers of Commerce and Industry. In March 1999, a 15-member Czech trade mission led by Mr. Petr Kulovany, Director of the Czech Republic's Ministry of Industry and Trade's Asia Department, visited Nepal.

  • Export Value (in Thousands) : Rs. 15,345
  • Export Quantity : 9,163 kg

4. Canada

Canada
Image Source: Hotels.com

On January 18, 1965, Nepal and Canada established diplomatic relations, and the two countries have a long history of friendship. Trade flows between Canada and Nepal are quite minimal because the two countries have strong and long-standing bilateral connections. In 2003, Nepal and Canada signed a Memorandum of Understanding allowing Nepali products to enter Canada duty-free and quota-free. In May 2013, the Federation of Nepalese Chambers of Commerce and Industry (FNCCI) and the Indo-Canadian Business Chamber (ICBC) inked an MOU with the purpose of founding the Canada-Nepal Business Executive Committee (CNBEC). Tea, coffee, and spices, as well as cheese, plants and plant parts, pastry items, dog or cat food, cereals, skins, and associated products, and fiber products, are all exported to Canada.

  • Export Value (in Thousands) : Rs. 19,289
  • Export Quantity : 5,188 kg

3. United states

United states
Image Source: World is a Village

Nepal and the US have a robust and mutually beneficial relationship. The United States recognized Nepal in 1947, and the two countries established diplomatic relations in 1948. In 2016, Nepal became one of the few countries in the world to have a single-country trade preference agreement with the US. One of Nepal's most important trading partners is the United States.

  • Export Value (in Thousands) : Rs. 26,780
  • Export Quantity : 8,409 kg

2. Japan

Japan
Image Source: Questionjapan

Nepal and Japan have had diplomatic relations since the late eighteenth century. Diplomatic relations were established on September 1, 1956, formalizing the connection. The two countries' relations are marked by friendship, friendliness, and cooperation. Nepal established an embassy in Tokyo in 1965, and Japan established an embassy in Kathmandu in 1967. Nepal's most important trading partners are Japan and China.

  • Export Value (in Thousands) : Rs. 29,089
  • Export Quantity : 9,701 kg

1. Germany

Germany
Image Source: Mawista

Nepal's most important commercial partner, especially for carpets and textiles, is Germany. Equipment and industrial items account for the majority of Nepal's imports from Germany. An investment protection agreement has been in effect since October 1986. Nepal imports a variety of industrial raw materials, chemicals, mechanical equipment and components, electric and electronic devices, automobiles, and other items from Germany. One of Nepal's most important trading partners is Germany.

  • Export Value (in Thousands) : Rs. 71,711
  • Export Quantity : 26,365 kg