Saturday, June 11, 2016

Malawi Tobacco Farmers Knocked Sideways As Leaf Rejection Rate Hits Record 90 Percent

( Tobacco farmers have been knocked sideways after rejection rate hit an average 90 per cent, knocking down the slow recovering economy in the process.
The turbulent tobacco market coincided with the continued depreciation of the kwacha which was at K744 to a US dollar on Thursday and reports of impending increase in fuel prices. Continued

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