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Guwahati Tea Auction Centre

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Subject: Indian tea culture, Ganeshguri, Economy of Assam, Mengding Ganlu tea, Konacha
Collection: Auction Houses, Commodity Exchanges, Economy of Assam, Economy of Guwahati, Indian Tea, Tea, Tea Auctions
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Guwahati Tea Auction Centre

The Guwahati Tea Auction Centre (GTAC) is one of the busiest tea trading facilities in the world. It is located in Guwahati and its primary commodity under the hammer is Assam tea.[1] It was established in 1970. It has seen the largest volume of CTC tea auction in the world.

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  • Assam tea xchange


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