Cocoa bought more expensive for producers in Ghana

Posted on October 18, 2011 • Filed under: Agriculture, Cacao Global

The Ghanaian government announced Friday a 2.5% increase in prices paid to cocoa farmers. Per tonne of cocoa is now bought their 3,280 cedis (1,443 euros). This boost to producers comes as world prices are declining, both in London and New York, they lost 30% since early March, 1694 respectively and £ 2648 per tonne. Read Article

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