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August 26, 2012
A man drinks tea at a roadside stall in Rawalpindi August 24, 2012. Picture taken August 24, 2012. The...
Rawalpindi, Pakistan
A man drinks tea at a roadside stall in Rawalpindi
A man drinks tea at a roadside stall in Rawalpindi August 24, 2012. Picture taken August 24, 2012. The dismal state of the dairy industry is a striking example of Pakistan's habit of missing opportunities throughout a 65-year history tainted by military coups, political infighting and a form of crony capitalism that has stifled entrepreneurship. With 63 million cows and buffaloes, Pakistan has one of the world's biggest herds, but it cannot export milk because the animals' yields are so low. To match Feature PAKISTAN-MILK/ REUTERS/Mian Khursheed (PAKISTAN - Tags: BUSINESS AGRICULTURE)
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