Map of Foreign Owned African Farmland

In Kenya one can see an endless rows of tea plants growing.  The tea belongs to Lipton Tea Company, through its Kenya division.  Locals do not drink Lipton, they strongly dislike the taste, but Lipton Tea realizes how much money it can save by growing its crop on rented African farmlands and then exporting it to customer countries.

Map of Foreign Owned African Farmland

In Kenya one can see an endless rows of tea plants growing.  The tea belongs to Lipton Tea Company, through its Kenya division.  Locals do not drink Lipton, they strongly dislike the taste, but Lipton Tea realizes how much money it can save by growing its crop on rented African farmlands and then exporting it to customer countries.

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    This is to say nothing of the industrial, service sector, and weapons dealing exploitation. Ugh. Foreigners GTFO.
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