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Peachy set-up turns out to be perfectly forbidden fruit

Peachy set-up turns out to be perfectly forbidden fruit
They filled three bags with perhaps the rarest peaches in China, from trees that cost roughly two to three million yuan ($ A300,000 to $ A460,000) to cultivate at the Zhengzhou Fruit Tree Research Institute in the central province of Henan. ''They stole …
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