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Ivory Coast’s cocoa volumes arriving at its ports have again increased by 25% so far this season, in comparison to a year prior, local exporters estimated this week.
Ghana's cocoa industry regulator Cocobod signed a USD1.3 billion loan with international banks to fund purchases for the 2017/18 season, it said in a note sent to IEG Vu on Wednesday (September 20).
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As the 2016/17 cocoa season comes to an end, West Africa’s main players; Ivory Coast, Ghana, Nigeria and Cameroon, have all produced bumper cocoa crops, judging from output figures released so far.
Futures contracts for both London and New York cocoa revitalized during today’s trading, following yesterday’s lows, however with more bearish news on the horizon, how long will it last?
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