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Dearer bread

8 April 2008 By Mike Prest

Sharply rising food prices are causing political unrest and fuelling inflation. In the short run the shock is disruptive. But in the longer run the world needs costlier food to raise farm incomes, output and productivity, argues Mike Prest.

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