OVERVIEW OF GLOBAL BANANA MARKET


Filipino sector hampered by problems

Although the country is one of the world’s largest producers, more and more importers are turning their backs to the archipelago because of quality issues and social unrest. Philippine companies are worried and have asked the government for help. Companies have postponed investments. The government is working with a company from the Middle East to increase the acreage by between 5,000 and 10,000 hectares, but those plans have been put on hold.

China, South Korea and Japan are the most important export markets. With the growing demand and developments within the ASEAN trading block, there should be more investment in the sector.

Read more.

http://www.freshplaza.com/article/176943/OVERVIEW-GLOBAL-BANANA-MARKET

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