Ethiopian Agricultural Businesses Corporation says it has earned over $900,000 from the export of forest products such as gum, incense, myrrh and apricots.

The Chief Executive Officer of the Corporation, Kifle Woldemariam, said the revenue came from the 2,000 quintals collected from youths organized by the association to produce forest products. More than 284,000 quintals of improved seeds have been produced on more than 13,000 hectares of land this budget year, he added. More than 1717,395 quintals of improved seeds have been sold over Birr 617 million.


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