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An interesting article on Kenya’s flower exporters, which could be facing a poor year following wet conditions and the fall of the Kenyan shilling against the dollar. The industry is hoping to match last year’s exports worth $519m – the country supplies 38% of Europe’s cut flowers. But “strange” weather could lead to diseases, while competition from Ethiopia, Ecuador and Colombia is fierce.

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