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Farmers Rattled by NAFTA Renegotiation (Mishtalk)

Mishtalk, an economics blog, reported on analysis from Senior Research Fellow Joseph Glauber about the likely impacts of a trade war on U.S. Agriculture. According to Glauber, U.S.Agricultural exports averaged $142 billion in recent years, with a…

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Farm Subsidies Persist And Grow, Despite Talk Of Reform (NPR)

IFPRI’s David Orden, senior research fellow in the Markets, Trade and Institutions Division, was interviewed for an article by NPR’s Dan Charles about the effects of farm subsidies. Orden told NPR that some agricultural subsidy programs—including the…

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Alerta por sequía en Centroamérica (CNN)

Máximo Torero del Instituto Internacional de Investigación sobre Políticas Alimentarias habla de los efectos de la sequía provocada por el fenómeno de El Niño. Mira el vídeo en español.  Máximo Torero, of the International Food Policy Research…

Press Release

Wheat Price Volatility

Panic is Baseless and Hurts Poor People By Maximo Torero Director, Markets, Trade, and Institutions Division International Food Policy Research Institution (IFPRI) Apparent similarities between today’s rising wheat prices and the food-price crisis of…

Press Release

Fostering Growth, Reducing Poverty and Hunger

Asia and Latin America Pursue Mutual Learning and Cooperation Lima — High-level policymakers, internationally recognized researchers, and development practitioners from Asia and Latin America are gathering here March 22-24 for unprecedented talks on…

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