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The Ghanaian Minister of Agriculture has announced that the country earned over $919 million from exporting non-traditional crops in 2023. This represents a significant increase compared to previous years, highlighting the growing importance of diversifying Ghana's agricultural exports beyond traditional crops like cocoa.

The minister credited the government's policies and investments aimed at promoting the production and export of high-value horticultural and other non-traditional crops. This achievement demonstrates Ghana's efforts to boost agricultural exports and reduce its reliance on a few primary commodities.

Citations:
[1] https://www.alcircle.com/news/ghana-s-move-to-ban-raw-bauxite-exports-aligns-with-its-value-creation-strategy-109041
[2] https://www.nsenergybusiness.com/analysis/bauxite-exporting-countries-africa/
[3] https://www.alcircle.com/news/ghana-plans-to-tighten-bauxite-export-laws-minister-reveals-111101
[4] https://energycapitalpower.com/ghana-to-restrict-export-of-raw-bauxite/
[5] https://www.intellinews.com/ghana-to-set-up-450mn-manganese-refinery-ban-export-of-raw-bauxite-315152/

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