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Pakistan tries to fill mango gap

Earlier this year the European Union banned imports of mangos from India - after the discovery of insects which authorities said threatened crops.

That created a gap in the market which growers around the region have been quick to fill - but not without some challenges.

The BBC's Nosheen Abbas reports from the Pakistani capital Islamabad.

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  • 22 Aug 2014
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