Colombian Coke Down Sharply, U.S. Prices Stable

Print More,1,4767418.story For the first time in a decade, the amount of coca grown in Colombia is falling sharply, largely the result of a U.S.-backed aerial fumigation campaign, the Los Angeles Times says. Repeated spraying by crop dusters plus government programs to encourage farmers to pull up coca plants have reduced Colombia’s coca, the source of
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