Abidjan — Above-average rainfall mixed with sunshine in Ivory Coast’s cocoa-growing regions last week could boost the forthcoming October-to-March main crop, farmers said on Monday.

The April-to-September mid-crop in Ivory Coast, the world’s top cocoa producer, is tailing off and farmers say they are closely watching the development of the next main crop as no big pods have been seen on trees yet...

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