ADB says rising food prices threaten Asia's poor

ADB says rising food prices threaten Asia's poor

Manila : Philippines | Apr 25, 2011 at 7:54 PM PDT
Source: Taiwan News
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The Manila-based lender says in a report Tuesday that food inflation in many Asian economies has averaged 10 percent early this year and is likely to continue because of the global oil hikes, production shortfalls due to bad weather and export restrictions by several food producing countries. FULL ARTICLE AT Taiwan News
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