Thursday, April 24, 2008

Afghan farmers turn away from opium

Sometimes unintended (unanticipated?) consequences aren't so bad.

Better the cost of illegal drugs rise rather than that of food.
Afghanistan's opium harvest could fall by up to half this year after 2007's record levels, as evidence emerges that some poppy farmers are switching to legal crops because of rising food prices.

Via Financial Times.

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