Uganda coffee exports in November drop 15%, hurt by drought


Uganda’s coffee exports declined 15% in November from the same period a year ago, as drought reduced yields in some regions, the state-run sector regulator Uganda Coffee Development Authority (UCDA). The east African country is Africa’s second-largest coffee exporter and earnings from the crop constitute a major source of foreign exchange.

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Source: Coffee Talk

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