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Comment Re:The answer is mirv (Score 1) 347

The NGOs and banking orgs continue to push developing countries into export crops rather than domestic food stocks. They're _supposed_ to buy their staples on the international market. It's more "efficient" that way. Till their export market tanks, or Australia has a crop failure or something and then the staples are unaffordable. Hey, it's the free market. Best of all possible worlds. If you're an investment banker.

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