Africa Monitor Intelligence
Guinea-Bissau: Crisis in the Cashew Sector Pushes for Reforms
The drop in the price of cashew nuts on the international market (from USD 1,250 to USD 1,000 / ton.) is seen as a risk to the survival of the Guinean economy, which is heavily dependent on this production.
Still under the strong influence of its founder, BRAIMA CAMARÁ (BC), the Chamber of Commerce, Industry, Agriculture and Services (CCIAS) has been pressuring the government of NUNO NABIAN to finally undertake a series of reforms in the sector. READ MORE