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Madagascar's vanilla boom attracts villains | Money Talks

The price of vanilla has risen five times in less than five years, making it the second most expensive spice in the world after saffron. Madagascar grows 97-percent of the world's vanilla beans but the price boom as seen farmers fighting to keep their plantations safe. And as Adesewa Josh reports, it's becoming a dangerous business. #Vanilla #Madagascar #ExpensiveSpices

Madagascar Vanilla: Crop quality suffers as farmers fight thieves

Madagascar Vanilla: Crop quality suffers as farmers fight thieves

Flooded farms and currency ban threatens Nigeria's food security | Money Talks

Flooded farms and currency ban threatens Nigeria's food security | Money Talks

Rice farmers rise up against ‘new city’ in Madagascar

Rice farmers rise up against ‘new city’ in Madagascar

Madagascar Election: Two main candidates set for second run-off

Madagascar Election: Two main candidates set for second run-off

The Global Energy Crisis

The Global Energy Crisis

UNGA 77: Interview with Pakistan's Foreign Minister

UNGA 77: Interview with Pakistan's Foreign Minister

Our Planet's Global Warning

Our Planet's Global Warning

The World Food Crisis

The World Food Crisis

Bigger Than Five Promo

Bigger Than Five Promo

Extended Interview with Luis Moreno Ocampo | Bigger Than Five

Extended Interview with Luis Moreno Ocampo | Bigger Than Five

Palestine, Israel and the ICC | Bigger Than Five

Palestine, Israel and the ICC | Bigger Than Five

Welcoming Ukraine's Refugees | Bigger Than Five

Welcoming Ukraine's Refugees | Bigger Than Five

A FAILED SANCTIONS POLICY

A FAILED SANCTIONS POLICY

State of the Pandemic | Bigger Than Five

State of the Pandemic | Bigger Than Five

The Political Journey of FW de Klerk | Bigger Than Five

The Political Journey of FW de Klerk | Bigger Than Five

Exclusive Interview with Brazil's Lula da Silva | Bigger Than Five

Exclusive Interview with Brazil's Lula da Silva | Bigger Than Five

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