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Food Costs Push China Inflation to 3.1 Percent

(BEIJING) — Higher food prices pushed up China's consumer inflation in September as the government tried to keep to keep an economic recovery on track. Consumer...

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A Global Food Crisis

Food prices are soaring. Increased demand from developing economies, rising fuel prices, poor weather ruining harvests, and a shift to biofuel production leave...

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