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Tanzania’s Coffee Sector : Constraints and Challenges in a Global Environment

Auteur: Baffes John
Editeur: John Baffes (The World Bank)
Année: 2003
Pages: 62

"Coffee is Tanzania’s largest export crop. It contributes approximately $115 million
to export earning, and provides employment to some 400,000 families. It is often
intercropped with food crops such as bananas and maize. About 95 percent of coffee is
grown by smallholders on average holdings of 1–2 hectares, and 5 percent is grown on
estates. Only a quarter of smallholders use purchased inputs."

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