March 3rd, 2014
04:30 PM ET

Ivory Coast PM: Two goals to improve conditions for cocoa workers

As part of the Freedom Project documentary Coaco-nomics, which investigates how the chocolate industry is trying to eradicate slavery from its supply chains, Richard Quest interviewed Ivory Coast Prime Minister Daniel Duncan. He said the government was committed to improving revenues for famers and building schools for children.


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