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Can agricultural traders be trusted?

Evidence from urban coffee markets in Ethiopia


Traditional food marketing systems in developing countries are often not trusted. In consequence, policy makers frequently try to regulate them and modern market arrangements increasingly are emerging to address some of their presumed deficiencies. 172 more words

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Teachers maintain friendship off court despite rivalry on court

by Ian Frazier


Twice a year, when the spotlight shines its brightest, two close friends become competitive rivals. Lower Dauphin head basketball coach Mark Hofsass started teaching at Palmyra in 2007 while Palmyra head basketball coach Pete Conrad started his career here in 2009. 579 more words


Commerzbank testing the waters in Ethiopia

Commerzbank is a leading international commercial bank with branches and offices in more than 50 countries BASED IN Germany. The core markets of Commerzbank are Germany and Poland. 1,187 more words


The Trustee Bar and Bistro - Dessert Degustation

Dessert is a beautiful thing. It is sweet and lovely and can be a myriad of decadent flavours and differing textures. Sure dessert is a ‘sometimes’ food but I’m always smiling whenever that sometime rolls around. 843 more words


Reforming the African Growth and Opportunity Act to grow agriculture trade

Joshua Meltzer | February 23, 2015

The importance of growing Africa’s agriculture exports

The African Growth and Opportunity Act (AGOA), signed into law in 2000, is the key underpinning to U.S.-Africa trade and investment. 2,279 more words

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