- Ivory Coast cocoa season grindings up 8% to 455,000 T- exporters
*Ivory Coast cocoa grinders had
processed 455,000 tonnes of beans since the start of the season
in October to the end of July, data from exporters' association
GEPEX showed on Friday.
*This is up 8% from 421,000 tonnes during same period last
*Grinders processed 48,000 tonnes of beans in July, up from
42,000 tonnes in the same month of the previous season.
*Ivory Coast's 2018/19 season Q3 grind reached 177,262 tonnes,
up from 171,440 tonnes a year before.
- Barrick Gold plans to sell Tongon gold mine in Ivory Coast - BBG
Barrick Gold Corp is looking to sell its Tongon gold mine in the Ivory Coast and is working with Bank of Nova Scotia to identify buyers, Bloomberg said https://www.bloomberg.com/news/articles/2019-08-08/barrick-said-to-weigh-sale-of-tongon-mine-amid-asset-disposals on Thursday.
- Ivory Coast sells 1.6 mln T of cocoa export contracts by July 12 - CCC sources
* Ivory Coast's Coffee and
Cocoa Council (CCC) has sold 1.6 million tonnes of cocoa export
contracts by July 12 for the 2019/20 season, which begins in
October, two sources at the industry regulator said on Thursday.
* Forward sales will now be halted because of uncertainty about
the size of the next crop, the source said. Ivory Coast had sold
1.7 million tonnes of cocoa by the end of September last year.
* Ivory Coast is expected to produce 2.2 million tonnes of coc
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