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'I'll leave them to the birds': Spanish olive farmers protest low prices

Reuters Thursday, 10 October 2019
Thousands of Spanish olive oil farmers staged a protest in Madrid on Thursday calling for a fairer pricing system for their produce as they fear a recent slump could be exacerbated by impending U.S. tariffs.
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