In the first half of this year, more than 14 thousand tons of produce was introduced
One of the newest products traded in the Ethiopian Commodity Exchange (CSX) is soybean that has been coveted by the government for the first quarter of the year.
It is also seen that there has been a positive outlook in the past two months as a result of large market access through the ECA, contributing to the productivity and quality of soybeans exported. Ethiopian Commodity Exchange March 2011 The marketing performance of soybeans and other products shows that the volume of Bolivia’s daily sales is increasing.
Soybean sales in February were up sharply compared to January, and in February, the production of soybeans surpassed 216 percent. The proportion of soybeans traded in January was 221 percent. The Ethiopian Commodity Exchange March 2011 There were 4,632 tons of soybeans worth 59.5 million birr.
However, the soybean trade in February was 14,650 tons, showing a four-fold increase over the month’s average. According to Commodity Exchange data, soy products sold 19% and 191.4 million birr respectively in February.
Beef Beyond Beef In February 2011 According to the ECB, the amount of commodities traded in the ECF indicates that 30 seeds per ton of coffee, 26,749 tons of sesame, 14,650 tons of soybeans and 7,420 tonnes of white beans sold at 3.6 billion birr during 20 trading days.
In February, coffee was 38% priced at 57%. Compared to the previous year, it is estimated to have increased by 10.77 percent, with a rise of 10.54 percent. In coffee exported in the export market in February, 30,199 tons of coffee export accounted for 64%. At the peak price, in February, 61 percent of coffee products were sold at the market. Also, 18,383 tons of unprocessed coffee is worth about 1.17 billion birr, 1,062 tons of exported coffee worth about 40 percent.
Domestic consumption of 4,773 tons of coffee was sold at 295.8 million birr, he said. Domestic coffee consumption accounts for 52 percent of the volume. Also, 5,981 tons of specialty coffee has been purchased with 509.95 million birr. In February, coffee sales showed a 2.67 percent increase over the previous year, compared to the 1.53 percent decline in the import price.
In February, trading of cereals and pulses was 26,749 tons of sesame at 1.2 billion birr, while Gilad Salese was the leading buyer of 74 percent of the transaction and 76 percent of the transaction price. Compared to the same period of last year, sale of sesame has increased 12.99%. However, the sale of sesame in February is lower than in January. In January 2011, According to the data, 32,004 tons of sesame seed was exported to the market with 1.4 billion birr. This is due in February 2011. Compared to a drop of 5,000,000 by comparison.
On the other hand, in March, sales of broccoli, estimated at 130,45 million birr (about 130,45 million birr), showed a 4.7 percent increase in white bean sales compared to the same month last year, compared to the same month last year of 31 percent and 48 percent, respectively. ” Likewise, the price of cereals has also shown an increase of 14 percent compared to the same month last year.
The Ethiopian Commodity Exchange (ECX) reported that in January 2011, 27,263 tonnes of 10,130 tons of white beans produced 32,004 tons of sesame and 4,632 tons of soybeans totaling 74,029 tonnes of agricultural products in 22 days. In the same month, 43 percent of the export volume and price decreased by two percent compared to the previous month. Total turnover of whole Bolivia by eight percent and port price decreased by ten percent.
Last month (January 2011), all major types of coffee, including specialty coffee, exported 27,263 tons of coffee, and sold at 1.8 billion birr for domestic consumption, while the export value of coffee exported 44 per cent and 42 per cent of the value of the export value, with the exception of specialty and specialty He had a stew in his coffee. The quantity of coffee traded showed a decrease of 23 percent and 29 percent compared to the same period last year, and the coffee price has declined four percent.