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  • Mozambique earns $120m from cashew marketing

    May 18th, 2017

    The Mozambican government says it earned $120 million from the marketing of 137,000 tonnes of cashew since the start of the 2016-2017 marketing year, up from $23.1 million in the previous marketing year, 2015-2016, APA can report on Wednesday.The output surpassed the target of 120,000 tonnes this year.“The marketing and export campaign for cashew nuts is proceeding at a good pace,” government spokesman Mouzinho Saide was quoted as saying by state-controlled Radio Mozambique on Wednesday. According to Saíde, who is also deputy Minister of Health, the cashew sub-sector provides employment and income for more than 1.4 million families across the country.