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Madagascar: The next law to reorganise the entire cotton industry on the Island




At a meeting recently held in Tulear (southern Madagascar) in the presence of Prime Minister Roger Kolo, the resident  of the region have proposed the adoption of a future law to reorganise the export sector of cotton cultivation in Madagascar.
 
"The holding of this workshop reflects the voluntary of the Malagasy go towards developing and improving their living conditions," said Roger Kolo.
 
The Prime Minister also expressed its political will to soon reorganise the entire industry of the harvest, collection and marketing of cotton, a source of development for the country in Madagascar.
 
He also emphasised that with this new law, Madagascar will attract more foreign investors especially Chinese ones, and the State on its side will levied different taxes in the heart of this business.
 
The creation of jobs in the export of cotton sector in Madagascar should also help to reduce poverty in the Island, as indicated by the L'Express of Madagascar newspaper.
 



Umee Ruhomally


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