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Why cocoa prices are soaring with no benefit for Africa


For the first time in more than 30 years, international cocoa prices have soared. On 26 July in London, the benchmark market for ‘brown gold’, prices for September contracts reached £2,700 ($3,426) a tonne, while in New York, prices topped the $3,552 mark.

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