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In May 2019, the Dutch Senate voted to adopt the Child Labour Due Diligence Bill, under which Dutch companies will have to conduct due diligence to address child labour in their supply chains. The law...

World’s leading cocoa producers, Côte d’Ivoire and Ghana, have reached agreement with market participants for a floor price for cocoa. The agreement was struck after a two-day stakeholder engagement...

       An investors’ forum to discuss the investment potentials in the Coconut Value chain in Nigeria holds on the 25th of April 2019 in Lagos. The forum, which is designed to profile the...

Agronomika Finance Corporation, recently launched in The Philippines is an innovative agricultural finance company exclusively set-up to finance Cocoa trade in the Country. Agronomika Finance Corporation,...

  Salman of Saudi Arabia Saudi Arabian government owned Saudi Agricultural and Livestock Investment Company (SALIC) has announced its first agricultural investment in Australia with...

The Dutch agricultural sector has once again claimed it place as the worlds’ second largest agricultural exporter for the year ended 2017. The country national statistics office CBS reported a total...

  Alassane Ouattara- President of Côte d’Ivoire Côte d’Ivoire is planning to build a 60-70-megawatt (MW) capacity biomass power plant running on waste from cocoa pods. According to Reuters,...

p { margin-bottom: 0.25cm; line-height: 120%; } -Audu Ogbeh, Nigerian Agriculture Minister The International Fertilizer Development Centre has predicted an exponential increase in fertilizer consumption...

    Ben Ayade, Governor of Cross River State , Nigeria, A first of its type Rice seed and Rice manufacturing plant built by the Cross River Government of Nigeria is to be commissioned on the...

The World Cocoa Foundation and Ghana Cocoa Board have announced plans to expand joint efforts to preserve the historic flavour of Ghanaian cocoa. An agreement signed by the two parties lays out investment...

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