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United Refineries in bid to boost soya output

Michael Tome HARARE  United Refineries Limited has partnered with Zimbabwe Agriculture Development Trust (ZADT), Agribank, Commercial Bank of Zimbabwe (CBZ), ZB, and FBC to boost Soyabean production in the next eight years. Running under the name Soya Bean Outgrowers Alliance (SOBOA) the arrangement aims to cultivate the crop on at least 7,500 hectares targeting a minimum [ ]

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