Ivory Coast cocoa may be harmed by drought

01/31/2012 | Reuters

Continued hot, dry weather could lead to a smaller cocoa harvest with less quality in the Ivory Coast, farmers said. "Many young trees have died due to the long drought and dry wind. They will have to be replanted when it rains again. But many farmers are discouraged because they will not have any cocoa for many months," said one farmer.

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