A Kenyan firm which had signed a contract with the Tanzanian government in January to purchase 100,000 tonnes of cashews, has been thrown out of the deal for failutre to comply with the conditions of the contract, the Minister of Trade and Industry Joseph Kakunda has said.
Tanzania Cashewnut Still Hard to Crack As Deal Flops
East African, 11 May 2019
A Kenyan firm which had signed a contract with the Tanzanian government in January to purchase 100,000 tonnes of stock of cashewnuts, has been thrown out of the deal, The… Read more »
Tanzania Drops Kenyan Firm in U.S.$180 Million Cashew Nut Deal
East African, 9 May 2019
A Kenyan company that signed a deal to buy $180.2 million cashew nuts in Tanzania will not be allowed to do so after it failed to fully honour an agreement, the Tanzanian… Read more »
Tanzania Government Seeks Cashews Buyers
Citizen, 7 April 2019
The agreement between the government and a Kenyan company to purchase 100,000 tonnes of cashews appears to have collapsed, with a state agency looking for new buyers for the crop. Read more »
While cooperatives have commended President John Magufuli's intervention, they have warned that this should not happen at the expense of other stakeholders in the business of ... Read more »
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