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The State of Food Insecurity in the World, 2011

Interview with Kostas Stamoulis, economist and Director of FAO's Agricultural Development Economics Division


10 October 2011, Rome - Food price volatility featuring high prices is likely to continue and possibly increase, making poor farmers, consumers and countries more vulnerable to poverty and food insecurity, the United Nations'  three Rome-based agencies said in the latest State of Food Security in the World global hunger report, published today.