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IVORY COAST

Sacks of coffee beans at a storage unit in the Sidama region of Ethiopia.
BUSINESS / Companies
Dec 20, 2023
Coffee firms switch sources, evading impact of EU deforestation law
Under the new law, importers of various commodities and products that use them must prove goods did not originate from deforested land.
Japan Times
WORLD
Jul 11, 2022
In metropolis of 5.5 million, rainforest is a lifeline and a junkyard
After losing about 85% of its forest cover over the past 60 years, Ivory Coast has vowed to protect what remains and to reforest as much as it can.
Japan Times
WORLD
Apr 28, 2022
How Africa is bearing the brunt of palm oil's perfect storm
Neither Russia nor Ukraine produces palm oil, a tropical commodity, but Moscow's invasion has triggered knock-on effects across today's intricately interconnected global economy.
Japan Times
BUSINESS
Dec 2, 2020
Ivory Coast, Ghana halt cocoa farm aid to punish businesses for 'not supporting farmers'
Competing viewpoints of chocolate markets and cocoa producers have collided in spectacular fashion, thrusting normally hidden machinations into rare public view.
Japan Times
SOCCER
Oct 14, 2020
Japan beats Ivory Coast on late Naomichi Ueda header
Late substitute Naomichi Ueda struck an injury-time header to clinch a 1-0 friendly win for Japan over Ivory Coast on Tuesday.
Japan Times
SOCCER
Sep 16, 2020
Samurai Blue to play Cameroon, Ivory Coast in Netherlands
Japan's men's team will play friendlies against Cameroon and Ivory Coast in the Netherlands next month, the Japan Football Association announced Wednesday.
Japan Times
JAPAN
Jun 4, 2013
Cote d'Ivoire leader makes case for broader ties
Pledges to assist African development show "lots of generosity" but Japan can benefit from extending assistance in a variety of fields, Cote d'Ivoire President Alassane Ouattara said Monday.

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