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Quintal

1. In South Asia and some European countries, a measure of weight equivalent to 100 kilograms. It is commonly used in India in the trade of agricultural goods.

2. In Germany, a measure of weight equivalent to 50 kilgrams.
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Chairman of the federation, NP Hirani, said around 34732 quintals of cotton has been bought from Nagpur and 4929 quintals from Aurangabad.
Guatemala has only 213 large producers with an average output of 6,000 quintals, but there are another 80,000 producers, most of whom have an output of less than 100 quintals.
With about twelve hundred acres in cultivation and plans to produce 3,500 quintals this year, Manrique says that within five years, his group will be exporting 20,000 quintals annually.
Sugar was trading at Rs 3,050 per quintal on May 30 as against Rs 2,656 per quintal on February 1.
Vincent Damphousse, Mark Recchi and Stephane Quintal, Montreal
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1,360 per quintal paddy as the MSP while an amount of Rs.
Guar gum prices fell 57% to Rs 11,635 per quintal between May 14 and December 31 last year.
C'est pourquoi, une [beaucoup moins que]stimulation pecuniaire minimum de 500 DA par quintal est necessaire pour s'orienter plus vers le ble tendre[beaucoup plus grand que], a indique hier Noureddine Achouri, cerealier a Constantine.
Not only are we affected by the downstream, we're also affected by air quality as well as just development all around us," said Ron Quintal, president of Fort McKay Metis community.
He also stressed the recent presidential measure to subsidize until August 31,2009, hard wheat at a rate of respectively 15 dinars the quintal and 10 dinars the quintal for tender wheat , barley and triticale.