Dave posted:ronan posted:Reeper posted:
I would not be shouting from the roof tops about bumper crop since $3000 a bag is a far cry form $4500 a bag in 2015 before apnu took over.
from previous crops to $3000 per bag of paddy.”With a bumper first crop,
if they are making a profit @ $3000/bag then they have brought costs down and/or are increasing yields . . . meaning that the industry is competitive
that's far better than sitting on your inefficient ass, saddled with an unsustainable production set up and wishing for $4500/bag
that's Jagdeo sugar economics . . . look where it got we
How did you arrived at a profit of $3000/bag .
That’s not what he is saying. He’s saying profitable at a price of $3k/bag. Same question I have but asked in another way.
We don’t have numbers but behaviors. If the planters are losing, then why is output increasing? Is there another magic at work?
i believe productivity and efficiency is having an impact.