N$6,2 billion worth of fish exported up to July

[The Namibian - Namibia] - 22/09/2022
However, according to an analysis by economic advisers Simonis Storm Securities, in value terms, fish exports decreased by 10,3% in July 2022, compared to a rise of 28,3% year on year (y/y) in June 2022. From January to July fish exports totalled N$6,2 billion, compared to N$6,1 billion for the (...)
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