Oct. 4 (Bloomberg) -- Exports of crude oil from Ivory Coast rose 63 percent to 145,085 metric tons in August from 89,117 a year earlier, according to the port of Abidjan.
Shipments of rubber increased 19 percent to 13,388 tons in the month from last year’s 11,292 tons, while cashew-nut exports soared to 49,588 tons from 10,954 tons.
Cotton exports rose 7 percent to 17,732 tons while manganese ore more than doubled to 7,897 metric tons, the data showed.
--With assistance from Baudelaire Mieu in Abidjan. Editors: Emily Bowers, Vernon Wessels.
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