How Africa's first commodity exchange revolutionised Ethiopia's economy

From nazret.com Thu Dec 13 2012, 21:14:09

Cereal fields in Ethiopia's Arusi-Bale plains, where the commodity exchange has facilitated trade between buyers and sellers. Photograph: Joe Blossom/Alamy How Africa's first commodity exchange revolutionised Ethiopia's economy Eleni Gabre-Madhin on...

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