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Climate Change may affect food prices over the next 10 years

ROME: Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations has expressed concern that declining prices could thwart international efforts to eradicate hunger and extreme poverty unless steps are taken to guarantee decent incomes and livelihoods for small-scale producers. FAO Director-General José Graziano da Silva, while addressing a high-level meeting on agricultural commodity prices, told Agriculture and Trade Ministers and other government officials and experts, that food prices are believed to be back to their…