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Tanzania has agreed to export 650,000 tons of maize worth $250 million to drought-stricken Zambia over the next 8 months. This deal was signed between the two countries to help alleviate severe food shortages in Zambia caused by a prolonged drought.

Tanzania, a major producer of grains and cereals in East Africa, will supply the maize from its national food reserve agency warehouses. This export agreement is expected to feed around 7 million people in Zambia and generate significant revenue for Tanzania's agricultural sector. [1][3][4]

Citations:
[1] https://www.monitor.co.ug/uganda/news/tanzania-says-it-will-export-maize-to-drought-hit-zambia-4674776
[2] https://www.andyfisher.ca/blog/stdc46ad193141cdvcetjon32.html
[3] https://thesudantimes.com/economy/tanzania-to-export-250m-worth-of-maize-to-drought-hit-zambia/
[4] https://ground.news/article/tanzania-to-export-maize-worth-250m-to-zambia
[5] https://trendsnafrica.com/tanzania-agrees-to-export-maize-worth-usd-250-mn-to-zambia/

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