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Abel Alarcon coca grower from Huancanè, a small village of bolivian Sur Yungas, watch with satisfaction his harvest of coca-leaves. In few time he 'll close the bag and drop it (with three others) to Villa fatima market, a suburb of La Paz. It's the big one market in the country. According to bolivian laws he can grow the coca because his fields are in the traditional area of Yungas, wehere everybody grow coca for traditionasl uses. But he can't use anykind of intermediaries, he must bring his harverst to the market by himself and he have also to sell it only to the wholesalers.