In fiscal year 2007, what percentage of the consignment value of the products exported directly was lost while in transit because of theft, breakage or spoilage?
Warning: these figures indicate the number of cases found in the data file. They cannot be interpreted as summary statistics of the population of interest.
Theft, breakage or spoilage for direct export. The purpose of this question is to determine the extent of losses that stem from theft, breakage or spoilage as goods are transported for export, independently of whether the cost is borne by the establishment or a third party that is hired to transport the goods.
Consignment value is the value paid when goods are delivered to the receiver.
Theft refers to robbery that occurred outside the premises of the establishment.
Breakage refers to the inoperability or usability of the good. A broken good is inoperable or unusable in its current state.