The Neglected Spice Market

The spice industry, much like the nut (galip) market, is one that the government has not invested enough resources to develop. Unlike the extractive industry, the benefits do now come immediately. However, in the long run, it can be sustained long after our oil wells have dried or the all the gold and copper is gone.

These videos originally aired on EMTV’s Olsem Wanem relates the struggles that these industries are faced with, but is also shows us the potential within these industries to build the country’s economy.

Author: Bernard Nolan Sinai

I’m a writer, publisher, IT personnel and martial artist.

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