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Published on Monday, 17 February 2014

Cotton Made in Africa expands into Ghana

Written by John Mowbray

CmiA_GhanaACCRA – The Cotton made in Africa initiative is now working with new smallholder cotton farmers in Zambia, Zimbabwe, the Ivory Coast and for the very first time has extended its work into Ghana. The CmiA programme forecasts sales of around 45 million units of cotton apparel in 2014 through partners such as Puma, C&A, Otto Group and Rewe.


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