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What did coffee-producing countries do which increased Uganda's income?
Set up International Coffee Agreements which stabilised the market.
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How did Uganda earn more for their cotton in 2010?
Droughts and floods in other cotton-producing countries meant Uganda could charge more for their cotton due to a shortage.
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How did the EU affect Uganda's fish exports?
The EU banned fish from Lake Victoria on 2 occasions due to health and safety concerns. 3 out of 11 factories were closed, others only operated at 20% capacity, and 70% of direct employees were laid off (35,000 people).
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How did the US devastate Uganda's economy?
The US pulled out of the International Coffee Agreements in 1989 and the quota system was suspended, so markets flooded with reserve coffee which caused prices to halve.
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How much did Vietnam's coffee production rise by in the 1990s?
1,400%
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How has India been affected by globalisation?
There are more cultural clashes due to westernisation, with violence between genders and between low and high income groups.
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How has Nigeria been affected by globalisation?
Terrorism is increasing as Boko Haram punish any westernisation of the country.
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