Gums, resins and latexes of plant origin


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TABLES:

Table 1: Gums, resins and latexes described in the report
Table 2: Gums and resins (excluding gum arabic): imports into theEeuropean Community, and sources, 1988-93
Table 3: Gums, resins and latexes: exports from Indonesia, by type,1988-93
Table 4: Gums and resins: exports from India, by type1987/88-1993/94
Table 5: Gums and resins: exports from the People's Republicof China, and destinations1990-92
Table 6: Gum arabic: imports into the European Community,andsources, 1988-93
Table 7: Gum arabic: imports into the European Community fromSudan, and destinations, 1988-93
Table 8: Gum arabic: imports into the European Community fromNigeria, and destinations, 1988-93
Table 9: Gum arabic: imports into the United States, and sources,1991-94
Table 10: Gum arabic: imports into Japan, and sources, 1988-94
Table 11a: Gum arabic: production in Sudan (5-year annual averages)1960-94
Table 11b: Gum arabic: production in Sudan, 1988-94
Table 12 : Gum arabic: exports from Sudan, 1988-94
Table 13 : Karaya: exports from India, and destinations,1987/88-1993/94
Table 14 : Tragacanth: imports into Japan, and sources, 1988-94
Table 15: Locust bean gum: imports into Japan,and sources, 1988-94
Table 16: Locust bean seed: exports from Cyprus, and destinations,1988-92
Table 17: Copal: exports from Indonesia, and destinations, 1988-93
Table 18: Manila copal: exports from the Philippines, and destinations,1988-93
Table 19: Copal and damar: imports into Japan, and sources, 1985-87
Table 20a: Damar: exports from Indonesia, and destinations, 1988-93
Table 20b: Damar (batu): exports from Indonesia, and destinations,1988-93
Table 20c: Damar (mata kucing): exports from Indonesia,and destinations,1988-93
Table 21: Damar: exports from Thailand, and destinations, 1988-93
Table 22: Dragon's blood: exports from Indonesia, and destinations,1988-93
Table 23: Benzoin: exports from Indonesia, and destinations, 1988-93
Table 24: Benzoin: exports from Thailand, and destinations, 1988-93
Table 25: Tolu balsam: imports into India, and sources, 1987/88-1992/93
Table 26: Copaiba: production and exports from Brazil, 1986-92
Table 27: Manila elemi: exports from the Philippines, and destinations,1988-93
Table 28: Asafoetida: imports into India, and sources, 1987/88-1992/93
Table 29: Asafoetida: exports from India, and destinations,1987/88-1993/94
Table 30: Chicle: exports from Mexico, and destinations, 1988-90
Table 31: Chicle: exports from Belize, and destinations, 1989-90
Table 32: Chicle, balata, gutta percha, and guayule: imports into Japan, and sources, 1988-94
Table 33: Jelutong: exports from Indonesia, and destinations, 1988-93
Table 34: Sorva: production and exports from Brazil, 1978 and 1986-92
Table 35: Gutta percha: exports from Indonesia, and destinations, 1988-93
Table 36: Balata: production and exports from Brazil, 1978 and 1986-92
Table 37: Maçaranduba: production and exports from Brazil, 1978 and 1986-92