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[Zimbabwe] FARMERS SMUGGLING TOBACCO INTO ZAMBIA

Tobacco farmers who were stuck with huge stocks following the unexpected early closure of auction floors are smuggling the crop outside the country, it has been learnt. Traditionally, auction floors open in February and close in September, but for the f
Newsdzezimbabwe
added Jul 27, 2014 19:04
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[Africa, Zambia] Revive Tobacco act-SILIYA

Minister of Agriculture Dora Siliya has called on the Tobacco Board of Zambia (TBZ) to accelerate the process of reviewing the Tobacco ACT which was enacted in 1964...at the launch of the Tobacco Board of Zambia Strategic Plan for 2017 to 2021. Ms. S
Zambia National Broadcasting Cooperation (zm)
added Apr 1, 2017 17:04
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[Africa, Tanzania] China interested in local tobacco

TANZANIA is contemplating selling its Tobacco produce to China but cautioned producers over a likely price drop of the traditional crop which constitutes 40 percent of the total export earnings.
TSN Daily News (tz)
added Sep 7, 2016 17:53
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Macedonia reaps a successful tobacco harvest

quick sale, higher quality and government subsidies are behind the successful 2012-2013 tobacco harvest.
Southeast European Times
added Feb 17, 2013 23:46
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[Africa, Zimbabwe] Broken hearts, tension and anger at the tobacco auction floors

TENSION was high at various tobacco auction floors in Harare last week where angry growers said they were being cheated by unscrupulous buyers.
Zimbabwe Standard (zw)
added Mar 18, 2014 01:12
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[Africa, Zimbabwe] Prices firmer as tobacco actions start

THE 2014 tobacco marketing season opened on Wednesday with the with the first bale selling at US$4,85 dollars per kilogramme, 35 cents more than the US$4,50 dollars offered last year. The price had started at $6,75 before going down to $4,85 dollars afte
NewZimbabwe.com (uk)
added Feb 23, 2014 15:29
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[Sudan] Tobacco sales ban in North Darfur leaves farmers with no livelihood

Tobacco farmers from North Darfur, Sudan, have asked the Islamic Fiqh Academy to find them an alternative livelihood following its prohibition of tobacco sales, according to a Radio Dabanga report.
Tobacco Reporter
added Oct 8, 2012 03:54
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Philip Morris International: New US tobacco deal

Philip Morris International Inc. announced Wednesday that it is partnering with two U.S. tobacco leaf suppliers to buy its tobacco rather than working directly with farmers.
AP - Associated Press
added Nov 6, 2014 10:38
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[Mozambique] Universal Corporation Announces Expansion in Africa

announced today that the Company has approved several new capital projects in Africa which will increase and enhance the Company's infrastructure in that region. Universal currently operates in six African nations. The largest of the new projects is in Mo
PR Newswire
added Nov 5, 2013 06:28
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[Africa, China, Zimbabwe] Relief for tobacco farmers

A Chinese company, Midriver Enterprises (Pvt) Ltd is expected to contract nearly 80 000 farmers to produce tobacco during the 2013/14 season. The company will assist the growers with inputs and working capital to pay wages. The production manager, Mr Joha
Zimbabwe Herald (zw)
added Jul 12, 2013 21:33
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