U.S. Govt and Ethiopia Commodities exchange to strengthen coffee trading and marketing

From nazret.com Sat Feb 2 2013, 21:28:14

U.S. Govt and Ethiopia Commodities exchange to strengthen coffee trading and marketing U.S. GOVERNMENT AND ETHIOPIAN COMMODITIES EXCHANGE TO STRENGTHEN COFFEE TRADING AND MARKETING US Embassy Press Release Addis Ababa, Ethiopia - The U.S. govern...

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