Tobacco Control Commission (TCC) optimistic of better tobacco volumes

From Face of Malawi Thu Nov 22 2012, 06:46:57

The Tobacco Control Commission (TCC) is optimistic of better tobacco volumes for next year because of the increased number of growers who have registered to grow the crop. Initial estimates show that Malawi could produce as a much 160 million kilogrammes of tobacco in 2013, a big improvement from 79 million kgs realised this year. [...]

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