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Indian mangoes arrive at long last

At a wholesale market near Bangalore, India, workers load mangoes onto a truck to send to other parts of the country. At a wholesale market near Bangalore, India, workers load mangoes onto a truck to send to other parts of the country. (DIBYANGSHU SARKAR/AFP/GETTY IMAGES)
By Stephanie V. Siek
Globe Staff / June 7, 2007

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Last March, President George W. Bush signed two landmark pacts with India: one on nuclear technology, the other lifting a 17-year restriction on the import of Indian mangoes. The world's news media paid attention to the nuclear accord. But in the Indian community here and throughout the country, the magic word was "mango." (Full article: 856 words)

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