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Rising prices: why the global drive to keep food cheap is unsustainable

As prices rise, everywhere, for pretty much everything, the prospect of the human suffering this will cause is deeply worrying.

There are predictions that the number of people in the world experiencing acute hunger – currently 276 million – could soon rise by as many as 47 million.

  • Corinna Hawkes
  • The Conversation

To address the problem, one thing that many agree on is keeping trade barriers …

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