Declining international prices to ease food import burden for poorest countries

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Declining international agricultural commodity prices should ease the bill the world’s poorest countries pay for food imports, although the strengthening U.S. dollar poses “serious concerns”, a new United Nations report said. Worldwide food imports are likely to reach $1.467 trillion in 2018, 3.0 percent above the previous year’s level but slightly down from the July […]

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