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ABIDJAN – France is lining up a €68.5 million (US$83m) investment in Ivory Coast in a bid to boost the country’s cotton production capacity, according to Reuters.  

Economy Minister Bruno Le Maire shared details of the proposals during a visit to the West African nation earlier this week.  

By helping build the country’s infrastructure, it’s thought France can help mitigate the import of product from areas linked to deforestation and human rights abuses.

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