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Silvino Moreno: “Boer Bean Exports Exceed Targets Despite Tense Climate Among Exporters”

Silvino Moreno: “Boer Bean Exports Exceed Targets Despite Tense Climate Among Exporters”

The Mozambican Minister of Industry and Trade, Silvino Moreno, revealed that despite the tense climate among exporters, the country managed to exceed its export target for pigeon peas last year, especially to the Indian market.

Quoted in a publication published on Monday, February 5, by the Semanário Económico, he said that more than 245,000 tonnes were exported to India, against an annual plan of 200,000 tonnes.

“The process of exporting agricultural products, especially pigeon peas, went smoothly. There are challenges from the point of view of quality and the documentation process, but we are working to improve,” he explained.

He said that in addition to the Indian market, which is one of the main destinations for pulses, Mozambique exported to the United Arab Emirates and England.

Regarding the tense atmosphere between the exporters in recent times, Silvino Moreno recommended that the parties engage in dialogue, stressing that “this is the most favourable way of ensuring that the impasse does not interfere with the normal course of the country’s commercial activity”.

“The government has always played its part. Not only does it call the parties together, but it also reminds them of the rules of international trade,” he concluded.


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