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Uganda Says Coffee Exports In 2019/2020 Crop Year To Rise 16%


KAMPALA (Reuters) – Uganda forecasts its coffee exports in the 2019-2020 crop year will be about 16% higher from the previous period, boosted by favourable weather and expanding acreage as new trees mature, an official said on Wednesday.

James Kizito Mayanja, market intelligence and information manager at state-run Uganda Coffee Development Authority (UCDA) told Reuters shipments of the beans in 2019/20 (October-September) crop year may reach 5.1 million 60-kg bags, up from 4.4 million bags exported in the previous period.

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