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Paul Dorosh on the African Drought (Voice of America News)

Development Strategy and Governance Division Director Paul Dorosh joined the Voice of America's Vincent Makori to discuss the drought faced by many in Africa. The discussion, which focused in Ethiopia in particular, aired on VOA's Africa54 program. Dorosh…

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More U.S. Cotton Subsidies May Attract Brazil Dispute (POLITICO)

Joe Glauber, senior research fellow in MTID, was quoted in POLITICO in today's " Morning Agriculture " round-up on agriculture and food policy. Wrote POLITICO's Helena Bottemiller Evich: "Brazil is likely to file a case against the U.S. should it decide to…

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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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Weak grain exports and low oil price weigh on ADM (Financial Times)

Joseph Glauber, IFPRI senior research fellow, was quoted in a story by the Financial Times about grain exports. According to the article, a strong dollar led to fewer global buyers for corn, wheat, and other crops grown by American farmers. Reporter Gregory…

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South Africa Corn Crop Withers From El Nino's Damage (Bloomberg)

IFPRI’s Maximo Torero, Division Director of the Markets, Trade, and Institutions Division, was interviewed by Bloomberg’s Alan Bjerga in an article about withering corn crops in South Africa. Torero told Bjerga that the Department of Agriculture forecasted…

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