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ETHIOPIA - MAY 09: Sinayta Tshoma, a greenhouse worker, age 30, takes a break during a rose harvest at Minaye Flowers Plc flower farm in Debre Zeit, Oromia, Ethiopia, on Friday, May 9, 2008. Tshoma earns 8 Ethiopian birr (US $0.83) for a day of work harvesting and pruning roses. Thanks to a government effort to create jobs that is supported by the World Bank, Ethiopian exports of cut flowers have grown to a $125 million industry, up from $159,000 six years ago. That places the country as Africa's second-largest flower exporter, after Kenya. (Photo by Jose Cendon/Bloomberg via Getty Images)
ETHIOPIA - MAY 09: Sinayta Tshoma, a greenhouse worker, age 30, takes a break during a rose harvest at Minaye Flowers Plc flower farm in Debre Zeit, Oromia, Ethiopia, on Friday, May 9, 2008. Tshoma earns 8 Ethiopian birr (US $0.83) for a day of work harvesting and pruning roses. Thanks to a government effort to create jobs that is supported by the World Bank, Ethiopian exports of cut flowers have grown to a $125 million industry, up from $159,000 six years ago. That places the country as Africa's second-largest flower exporter, after Kenya. (Photo by Jose Cendon/Bloomberg via Getty Images)
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