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16 Jul 2021
Tea estates in Malaysia's Cameron Highlands are facing a bleak future as coronavirus lockdowns cause labour shortages, decimate the vital tourism industry, and sap demand.
3 Jul 2021
Chinese bubble tea chain Nayuki edged down on its Hong Kong market debut Wednesday after raising more than US$650 million in an IPO that marked the culmination of a literal labour of love for the co-owners who created the firm on a blind date.
23 Mar 2019
Kenya's tea industry takes advantage of India-Pakistan's brewing tensions.
31 Dec 2018
Why we need to up Tea and Coffee production - Lawmaker

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