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Johannesburg :: South Africa | 4 months ago

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The political crisis in Ukraine, the world's third biggest exporter of maize, could affect global prices of the grain and global reserves in the 2014-2015 season, say experts. The US Grain Council said in a recent statement that shipments from the

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Rome :: Italy | 7 months ago

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Global food prices rose slightly in December after staying flat the month before, but prices on average declined 1.6 percent in 2013 versus the previous year, the United Nations food agency said on Thursday. The Food and Agriculture Organization's (

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Rome :: Italy | over 1 year ago

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World food prices stabilized in January after falling in the previous three months, the United Nations food agency said on Thursday, but it warned that adverse crop weather could cause violent price spikes due to tight grains stocks. Global food

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Buenos Aires :: Argentina | over 2 years ago

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World food prices are likely to extend recent falls in the coming months as recession fears sap demand and supplies remain strong, but they can rebound on adverse crop weather and rising demand, the United Nations' FAO food agency said on Thursday.

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Moscow :: Russia | 3 years ago

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Food prices are expected to hit new highs in the coming weeks, tightening the squeeze on UK households and potentially triggering further unrest in developing countries unless there is heavy rainfall across drought-affected Europe, the United Nations

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Moscow :: Russia | over 3 years ago

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February 27, 2011 Sharp increases in food prices helped spark the political upheaval gripping northern Africa and the Middle East. Bad weather in key growing regions was among a confluence of factors driving prices to record levels, a U.N. analyst

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Algiers :: Algeria | over 3 years ago

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Demonstrators and security forces clashed in the Algerian capital and other towns Friday, reporters said, in fresh protests against steep hikes in basic foodstuffs. Youths in Algiers hurled stones and glass bottles at police who responded

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Islamabad :: Pakistan | over 3 years ago

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BY: Shaukat Masood Zafar Email Address: smzafar101@gmail.com Food prices moves to record high Food prices hit a record high last month,

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Maputo :: Mozambique | almost 4 years ago

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  President Vladimir Putin's latest policy is to extend the ban on export of Russian grain. After in uproar by the prolonged summer this year, Russia was threatened by failed harvest grains such as wheat. Hence, as the AP and AFP news,

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Maputo :: Mozambique | almost 4 years ago

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Russia announced a 12-month extension of its grain export ban on Thursday, raising fears about a return to the food shortages and riots of 2007-08 which spread through developing countries dependent on imports. The announcement by

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