The Ethiopian Coffee and Tea Authority (ECTA) has issued a new directive that will require exporters of coffee to sell at a minimum price as part of the country’s efforts to capture revenue currently lost through under-invoicing.

Coffee is central to Ethiopia’s economy, providing jobs to around one quarter of the population and accounting for around 30 per cent of the country’s hard currency earnings.

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