Zambia suspends 10% export duty on exotic skins

Published:  17 April, 2020
Credit: Allison Christine

Since the export duty was introduced in January 2019, Zambia’s crocodile farmers had paid an estimated US$350,000 on skins exported, a revenue which would have been otherwise used to invest in farms.

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