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Businesses driving innovation in Liberia’s agricultural sector

By Lucinda Rouse

George Weah is beginning his first week as President of Liberia after being sworn into office on Monday 22 January. With sky high unemployment and poverty rates, he has a busy time ahead to deliver the change his voters are expecting. Agriculture is considered a key sector to create jobs and help turn the country around. Correspondent Lucinda Rouse spoke to two entrepreneurs bringing innovative ways to modernise Liberia’s agriculture.

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