Tobacco Export Values are Increasing in North Sumatra

24 July, 2013 | Source: The President Post

North Sumatra tobacco export values this year improved or reached 112,641 million U.S. dollars to the position May amidst the trends decreasing of foreign exchange of various leading commodity that area.

Increase in the value of foreign exchange was effected price increases and demand, though not significantly, said Head of the Central Statistics Agency (BPS) of North Sumatra, Suharno.

Public Realtions of PTPN 2, Rahmuddin added management of state-owned enterprises (SOEs) that focuses on improving the quality of quantity of the crops.

With the increase in quality, the production is reduced because some plants to be converted to other plants are expected not too create revenue from the commodity dropped the auto companies reduce losses.

 

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