Troubled Angolan Economy Struggles With Wheat Import Costs

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Bread makers in Angola are feeling some relief after months of wheat shortage caused by a persisting forex crisis that slowed imports. The government has started bringing emergency supplies. With revenues from oil down however, the country, which imports 90 percent of its food, doesn't have enough money to import enough of commodities, most importantly - wheat. CCTV's Maria Galang has the story.
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