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How Indian flower power is changing Ethiopian lives

India and China are pushing heavily to open new markets in Africa but how do the local people feel about the results?

In the third of his series looking at the rivalry between the two emerging superpowers in Africa, the BBC's Vineet Khare has been to Ethiopia to investigate how the arrival of big multinationals and the opening of large flower farms are going down with the local communities.

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  • 09 Aug 2013
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