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Ivory Coast and Ghana boycott Cocoa Foundation meeting over price dispute

By France24
31 October 2022   |   5:34 am
The world's two largest cocoa producers boycott a major industry meeting in Europe over a price dispute. Also, South Africa says its government will take the lead in informing the public about any imminent threat to its territory after the US embassy issued a terror alert in Johannesburg for this weekend.

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