Nov. 17 (Bloomberg) -- The average farm-gate price for cocoa in Cameroon, Africa’s fourth-largest producer of the crop, dropped 2.8 percent in the week to Nov. 16.
The price declined to 1,014 CFA francs ($2.08) a kilogram from 1,043 CFA francs, James Mosima Lobe, vice-president of the Cameroon National Association of Cocoa and Coffee Producers, said today by phone from Buea in the country’s southwest.
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