Although the coronavirus has not yet arrived in Ghana, trade has come to a complete standstill because of it. European importers have been canceling their orders en masse.

A papaya and pineapple exporter is currently making no shipments to Europe. The exporter hopes that the virus will disappear in the summer, when the mango season starts for him, as he has expanded the acreage this year. Meanwhile, it is necessary to look for other markets, but alternatives such as the Middle East have also been hit hard by the virus.

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