Cashew exports may bring Mozambique tax revenues of US$33 million, says Macauhub

The current cashew marketing year in Mozambique could provide a tax revenue of US$33 million resulting from the export of 110,000 tonnes of raw nuts, said the president of the Association of Cashew Manufacturers (Aicaju).

Mohamed Yunus, who made an upward revision of cashew production in this campaign from 120,000 thousand tonnes expected by government entities to 150,000 tonnes, said that of this amount 40,000 tonnes would remain in Mozambique to supply the industrial units in operation.

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