A technican looks over a young orchid specimen at a lab near Houbi. If Taiwan's plan to dominate the world's US$2billion orchid industry is successful, orchids could lose their image as the high-priced princes of the floral world and become lesser nobility.Aug 30, 2004FULL STORY
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