Quintal


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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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Prices again touched a high of Rs 1,600 per quintal by the end of April this year.
After including the bonus component, tur MSP has been raised to Rs 5,050 per quintal for this year from Rs 4,625 per quintal last year.
Chana: Chana alias chickpea fell 25% to Rs 2,938 per quintal in 2013.
Its dal best quality and dhoya followed suit and enquired lower by a similar margin to Rs 5,400-5,900 and Rs 5,800-6,000 per quintal.
Prices rose 37% from Rs 37,888 a quintal on January 1 to Rs 51,918 a quintal on December 31.
continue, because until a few days ago the average price per quintal of coffee was $109.
On the NCDEX, guar seed's June contract tanked Rs 1,300 per quintal, or 14%, to Rs 8,160 per quintal on May 30.
520 per quintal over the last year's MSP and fixed at Rs.
Sugar rose from Rs 2,700 per quintal in August 2011 to Rs 2,952 per quintal in December 2011.
Chidambaram said the price of paddy has been raised from one thousand 80 to one thousand 250 per quintal.
The farmgate price of durum wheat increased to 75 dinars on February 2017, soft wheat's price rose to 54 D per quintal and the price of barley and triticale edged to 50 D/q.
Rice basmati and wheat prices fell by up to Rs 100 per quintal at the wholesale grains market today due to reduced off take against sufficient stocks position.