Tanzanian government to buy cashew crops to end price dispute

The president has sacked some politicians for failing to deal with the nut price crisis between farmers and middlemen.

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    The government of Tanzania will have 200,000 tonnes of cashew nuts on their hands.

    The government plans to buy the entire crop to end a price dispute between farmers and traders.

    The army has been brought in as processing workers are sent home.

    Al Jazeera's Catherine Soi reports.


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