Delayed cocoa crop may drive prices to two-year high

08/14/2013 | Bloomberg

By the end of the year cocoa may reach its highest price since 2011, due to a predicted slump in cocoa output in West Africa because of dry weather and a delayed harvest. World output of cocoa is expected to drop 1.2%, to a four-year low in 2013-2014.

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