Ivory Coast to Wipe Out Cocoa Crops in Protected Forest Areas
date:Jul 12, 2018
In a few weeks time, Ivory Coast will begin stamping out cocoa plantations in protected areas, a long-standing goal that may yet be faced with several hurdles to fulfill.

Bloomberg reported that the program will start in two months, citing Forestry Minister Alain Richard Donwahi.

The worlds top cocoa producer is gunning to raise $1.1 billion for the 10-year clampdown. So far, $350,310 has been collected from both public and private sectors for the first phase.

At a time that global prices con
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