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Cashews: prices on the rise

October 5, 2020 11:41 AM, Der AUDITOR
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HANOI/NEW DELHI. The difficulties caused by the coronavirus measures have not yet been fully resolved, but price increases can be recorded for both farmgate goods and exports.

Better figures for Q3

The international cashew market is still struggling, as some of the most important importers, but also exporting countries, were massively affected by the coronavirus measures and some of them still are. These include India and China, for example, but also West African countries. However, the Indian exporter Samsons Trading and the Vietnam Cashew Association (Vinacas) agree that an improvement can be felt in the third quarter of 2020, even if purchases and sales are still far from their previous level. China is

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