.com | PICS: In Ivory Coast, global rubber glut erases profits
An Hevea producer incises a rubber tree trunk in order to remove the sap, in his plantation in the village of Memni in the sub-prefecture of Alepe, Ivory Coast. "We're not earning anything from it any more, we have nothing," says a rubber farmer in Ivory Coast, Africa's top producer, where revenues from natural rubber have been slashed by global oversupply.
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