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‘Fair Trade’ might not be so fair

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New research has found buying ‘Fair Trade’ coffee is not really helping the very poor.

By comparing living standards in Fair Trade-certified producing areas in Ethiopia and Uganda with similar non-Fair Trade regions, four development economists found that Fair Trade agricultural workers often earned lower incomes.

Our reporter Victoria Knauff investigates.

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