Guinea-Bissau’s cashew farmers survive tough times



The country usually exports around 200,000 tonnes each year, but this dropped to 160,000 last year. And there are yet more worries as the main buyer, India, is grappling with the Covid-19 crisis, says Mamadou Yerro Djamanca of the Cashew Exporters Association of Guinea-Bissau.



BBC News

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