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Nation secures 195 mln USD from export trade PDF Print E-mail
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Monday, 04 February 2013 13:50

More than USD 195 million in revenue was secured from the export of live animals and agricultural products through the eastern part of the country over the past six months, Foreign Trade, Dire Dawa Office said. Office Head, Tesfaye Hadgu said that khat, coffee, fruits, vegetables, cereals and oil seeds are among the agricultural products exported. He said the revenue obtained during the reported period exceeds last year’s revenue for the same period by 7.8 percent. Tesfaye attributed the success to the various measures taken to control illegal trade.
(The Ethiopian Herald)


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