Zambia has signed grain export trade deals for 400,000 metric tonnes worth US$100 million with Eastern Africa
Grain Council (EAGC) to cushion maize deficits its member countries are grappling with.
Zambia Commodity Exchange (ZAMACE) executive director Jacob Mwale confirmed in a statement that the deals have been sealed for the export of maize from Zambia to East Africa.
On Wednesday, the EAGC in collaboration with Zambia Commodity Exchange (ZAMACE) with support of United States Agency for International Development (USAID) East and Southern Africa Trade and Investment Hub, held a trade forum. Read more. Source | Zambia Daily Mail