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  1. Poverty and the Economy

    ... Higher world food prices translated into higher domesc prices because some of the food consumed by the poor such as soybeans, rice and wheat ...

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  2. Poverty and the Economy October 2012

    ... Furthermore, when the increase in earnings is primarily the result of higher prices, the initial beneficiaries are wealthy, or at least non-poor, owners ...

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  3. AN ANALYSIS OF COSTS INCURRED AND PRICES ...

    ... 1/ Feed grains prices are measured in terms of corn although other kinds of ... spread over more production area; land with a higher net return from ...

    http://pdf.usaid.gov/pdf_docs/pnaac035.pdf

  4. Adequacy in Ghana

    ... Clearly, the diet is more expensive in the urban area due to differences incommodity mixes as well as higher prices for most food items. ...

    http://pdf.usaid.gov/pdf_docs/pnabm298.pdf

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