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plantation agriculture, valuable mineral, Bauxite, extraction, soil

Some 33 percent of Haiti is cultivated or used for plantation agriculture, even though years of poor farming techniques have depleted the soil. Bauxite was Haitiís most valuable mineral but extraction has ceased to be profitable in recent years. Small quantities of copper, salt, and gold exist but are not considered commercially viable.



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plantation agriculture, valuable mineral, Bauxite, extraction, soil, salt, gold, recent years

 
 

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