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Wet spring revives Brazil's parched coffee, soya and sugar cane crops

Monday, November 7, 2016 - 05:50

Sao Paulo

BRAZIL'S soya, coffee and sugar cane crops are off to a good start to the season that will harvest in 2017, after wet spring weather breathed life into farms that have struggled with drought over the past few years.

The early start to the rainy season could boost

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