Business Daily Africa - 1/18/2022 11:01:00 AM
Setting of minimum price for commodity at the auction last year helped to boost earnings of KTDA small-scale farmers as well as multinationals.
The Star - 1/14/2022 1:23:00 PM
Tea prices have continued on a stable run into the second week of the year with a strong dollar against the shilling promising local farmers high returns. This is after a poor per
Capital FM - 1/10/2022 8:27:00 AM
Tea prices at the Mombasa auction sold at an average price of USD 2.45 ( Sh276) per kilogramme in the first sale of 2022 as Kenya breaking news | Kenya news today |
Island - 1/21/2022 2:50:00 AM
No government in the world wants to increase commodity prices and make people queue up during its rule,” he said. The Minister said that the ban on chemical fertilisers was well-intentioned, but some sectors, including the tea industry, found it ...
Business Line - 1/12/2022 4:35:00 PM
On similar lines were the proposal on the website of other commodity governing bodies such as the Coffee Board. For example, the role of the Tea Board would move from being a licensor to a facilitator.
Middle East North Africa Financial Network - 1/10/2022 4:43:00 PM
The Tea Board of India has proposed to bring in a new Act by replacing the current Tea Act, 1953 for the betterment of the tea industry. 'After more than 68 years, some of the existing provisions of the Tea Act,
The Guardian on MSN.com - 1/20/2022 10:25:00 AM
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The Telegraph - 1/10/2022 9:20:00 PM
The Narendra Modi government has decided to dump the decades-old legislation that has governed major cash crops like tea and coffee and introduce new legislation designed to reconstitute the relevant Boards that will henceforth act as “facilitators” for the benefit of the industry.
The EastAfrican - 1/19/2022 12:35:00 PM
The ministerial report shows that despite the country facing a maize shortage. Its food situation remains stable.
Pajhwok Afghan News - 1/15/2022 10:09:00 AM
Fuel, Kazakhi flour and gold prices have surged this weekend in Kabul markets while rates of other essential items remained unchanged, Pajhwok Afghan News leaned on Saturday. A worker of Ahmadyar Group Fuel Station told Pajhwok Afghan News the price of one liter petrol increased from 78afs to 81afs and the price of a liter of diesel from 71afs to 75afs.