Rains Bring Relief for Ivory Coast Cocoa Farms After DroughtBy , , and
Showers set to fall over Ivory Coast this week: forecasters
Ivory Coast output may rebound to record in 2016-17: Rabobank
A severe drought in West Africa that wrecked the Ivory Coast cocoa crop is giving way to some rainfall, bringing relief to farmers before the start of the next harvest.
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