COMMENTARY: Food price volatility and the urban poor

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					  COMMENTARY: Food price volatility and the
  urban poor
  Mark Redwood*
  Urban 
				
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Description: By comparison, in Canada and the United States, the proportion varies from 6 to 15 per cent. [...] it is clear that a small change in price - let alone the doubling of the price of basic foods such as rice and grains as was seen in 2008 - can lead to a significant increase in hunger.
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