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Ethiopian farmers forced to slaughter chicks as demand falls | Money Talks

Poultry farmers in Ethiopia have had to destroy hundreds of thousands of chicks as COVID-19 wreaks havoc on the industry. The sector is reeling from a collapse in demand from the tourism and restaurant sector. Adesewa Josh has more. #Ethiopia #Poultry #Pandemic

Covid-19: Ethiopian poultry farmers cull chicks

Covid-19: Ethiopian poultry farmers cull chicks

South African gem firm reports sparkling sales amid outbreak | Money Talks

South African gem firm reports sparkling sales amid outbreak | Money Talks

IEA says global energy investment to plunge $400B in 2020 | Money Talks

IEA says global energy investment to plunge $400B in 2020 | Money Talks

Madagascar's vanilla boom attracts villains | Money Talks

Madagascar's vanilla boom attracts villains | Money Talks

Tech giants to rein in hate speech to win back advertisers | Money Talks

Tech giants to rein in hate speech to win back advertisers | Money Talks

Mexican gym turns to selling food to keep business afloat | Money Talks

Mexican gym turns to selling food to keep business afloat | Money Talks

Tesla's market cap plunges $50B as 'Battery Day' disappoints | Money Talks

Tesla's market cap plunges $50B as 'Battery Day' disappoints | Money Talks

UN labour body says $3.5T in wages lost due to pandemic | Money Talks

UN labour body says $3.5T in wages lost due to pandemic | Money Talks

Tech giants to rein in hate speech to win back advertisers | Money Talks

Tech giants to rein in hate speech to win back advertisers | Money Talks

Trump contradicts top health officials on vaccine readiness | Money Talks

Trump contradicts top health officials on vaccine readiness | Money Talks

UK rail companies eager to welcome commuters on board again | Money Talks

UK rail companies eager to welcome commuters on board again | Money Talks

South Africa eases restrictions as new COVID-19 cases fall | Money Talks

South Africa eases restrictions as new COVID-19 cases fall | Money Talks

Low borrowing costs drive global surge in IPOs | Money Talks

Low borrowing costs drive global surge in IPOs | Money Talks

Facebook faces Federal Trade Commission anti-trust probe | | Money Talks

Facebook faces Federal Trade Commission anti-trust probe | | Money Talks

EU Commission promises 55% reduction in emissions by 2030 | Money Talks

EU Commission promises 55% reduction in emissions by 2030 | Money Talks

US House committee says Boeing, FAA covered up issues | Money Talks

US House committee says Boeing, FAA covered up issues | Money Talks

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