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Up In Smoke - Malawi

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Uploaded on Jan 7, 2008

October 2002
Seen as the 'gold' crop by Malawians, tobacco accounts for 70% of all exports. But little of the profit goes to the farmers. A massive increase in global tobacco production has sent export prices tumbling. Child labour has become prevalent as families struggle to survive. To blame are giant tobacco companies who keep the bidding for crops artificially low. And millions are left wondering why their profits are going up in smoke.

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