Guinea-Bissau Cashew Farmers Need Not Cross Borders to Get Reasonable Prices

This entry was posted on Wednesday, May 30th, 2012 and is filed under Cashew.

Hear-after, Guinea-Bissau cashew farmers need not cross borders to get reasonable prices. Military has initiated a move to hand over executive powers to a transitional government to maintain complete law and order. According to press reports, state employees have ended their strike and resumed work from this Monday. During the strike, cashew shipment was not possible and work at almost all government departments were paralyzed. But raw cashew importers are still trying to purchase Guinea Bissau raw cashews through Senegal.

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