Cameroon's cocoa exports for the first four months of the 2013-2014 season have increased over last year, recording 89,823 metric tons from August to November, up from the 85,545 metric tons in the same months last year, according to the National Cocoa and Coffee Board. Steady rains returned in mid-September, which boosted November harvest to 31,848 metric tons, a little higher than last year's harvest of 31,481 metric tons.

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