Gadarif: Lack Liquidity to Buy Crops


Sudan Events – Rehab Abdullah 

A number of sesame farmers in Gadarif State have complained about the poor marketing of the crop and described the situation as approaching “recession,” that is, almost a lack of purchases.

Farmer Al-Tayeb Al-Tinai blamed what was happening to the fees imposed by the governor on crops, adding, “burdensome fees for farmers,” noting that exorbitant fees were imposed on crops in addition to shipping vehicles, indicating that those most affected are the farmers.

He confirmed that the lack of liquidity represents one of the challenges and that purchasing with checks is more expensive than purchasing in cash, indicating that the price of a quintal is 70 thousand pounds after it decreased last December to 60 thousand pounds.

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