Mozambique is a nation flourishing with natural resources, and an economy that relies primarily on agriculture. However, after the Mozambican Civil War (1977-1992), some of the nation’s agricultural industries suffered. The cashew industry, once a prominent export, producing half the world's total in the 1960s, fell into decline as adverse policies and civil war brought new tree plantings to a halt. Now, the cashew industry is positioning to reclaim its former glory in the international markets.
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