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Revival of Haiti's withered coffee industry would boost rural livelihoods

<strong>Final of three parts: </strong>Haiti's storied coffee industry collapsed in the 1980s amid political instability and low prices. Now, it is once again seen as a promising avenue for development -- but local farmers need to get reacquainted with the bean. MIKE SIEGEL / THE SEATTLE TIMES

Final of three parts: Haiti's storied coffee industry collapsed in the 1980s amid political instability and low prices. Now, it is once again seen as a promising avenue for development -- but local farmers need to get reacquainted with the bean.

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