Tanzania plans to end sugar, edible oil imports by 2025

[The Africa news - Africa] - 9/05/2022
DAR ES SALAAM, May 9 (Xinhua) -- The government of Tanzania on Monday announced plans aimed at ending sugar and edible oil imports by 2025. The plans were announced by the Minister for Agriculture, Hussein Bashe, and the Minister for Investment, Industry and Trade, Ashatu Kijaji, when they (...)
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