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October 04, 2010
A worker walks past containers and sacks of cocoa at the port of San Pedro, in southwest Ivory Coast,...
San Pedro, Cote D'Ivoire
A worker walks past containers and sacks of cocoa at the port of San Pedro, in southwest Ivory Coast
A worker walks past containers and sacks of cocoa at the port of San Pedro, in southwest Ivory Coast, October 2, 2010. Ivory Coast's main cocoa crop is likely to drop 11 percent to 800,000 tonnes in the new 2010/11 season due to black pod disease, the official marketing body of the world's top grower said on Friday. San Pedro is a major cocoa exporting port in Ivory Coast, and rivals the main commercial city of Abidjan as the world's top raw cocoa export point, and accounts for up to half of Ivory Coast's cocoa shipping. Picture taken October 2, 2010. REUTERS/Luc Gnago (IVORY COAST - Tags: EMPLOYMENT BUSINESS MARITIME AGRICULTURE FOOD)
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