RWANDA - Over 400 local and international companies are expected to participate in the 18th Rwanda International Trade Fair organised by the Private Sector Federation (PSF) and the Ministry of Trade and Industry.
TANZANIA - The volume of cloves exports in Zanzibar decreased by 48.1 percent in the year ending May 2014, the Bank of Tanzania (BoT) has said in its monthly economic review for the month of June which was released over the weekend.
ETHIOPIA - Ethiopia has earned 477 million USD annual revenue on the average by exporting 302, 598 tonnes of oil seed during the past five years.
GHANA - The Bank of Ghana has initiated action towards the introduction of a Ware House Receipt System of financing in the country, Mr Millison Kwadwo Narh, First Deputy Governor, Bank of Ghana (BoG) said on Wednesday.
UGANDA - Ugandan fruits and vegetable exporters to the European Union (EU) are still reeling from the multimillion dollar losses they have incurred after a self-imposed ban by the government.
ZIMBABWE - The Competition and Tariff Commission (CTC) has warned the Cotton Ginners Association of Zimbabwe (CGAZ) to forthwith desist from restrictive practices of setting uniform prices for seed cotton bought from cotton farmers.
KENYA - The Nairobi Coffee Exchange (NCE) resumed operations last week from a one-month recess with the price of the beverage registering a slight improvement from the last sale.
KENYA - The government has lifted a ban imposed on logistics firm Siginon stopping it from trading in tea.
NIGERIA - Poultry farmers in the country have raised the alarm over activities of smugglers. The farmers noted that this heinous acts are negatively affecting their businesses and the nation’s economy as a whole.
RWANDA - Rwandan exporters are looking to explore the Indian market as part of the country’s export diversification effort.
MALAWI - The Ministry of Agriculture has called on farmers and all players in the agriculture sector to promote market oriented Agricultural services and support the development of agro processing industries.
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