Feb. 21 (Bloomberg) -- The average price for cocoa exports from Cameroon, Africa’s fourth-biggest grower of the chocolate ingredient, increased 6.8 percent to 1,121 CFA francs ($2.26) per kilogram (2.2 pounds) in the week to Feb. 20.
The following is a table of free-on-board export rates at the port of Douala in CFA francs per kilogram. The information is based on a mobile-phone text message from the Cocoa and Coffee Board sent today. ($1 = 495.22 CFA francs)
Feb. 20 1,087 Feb. 17 1,126 Feb. 16 1,113 Feb. 15 1,158 Average 1,121
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