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WORLD BANK / FOOD PRICES

International prices of food increased by 4 percent in recent months and the World Bank Group is concerned that food riots could lead to political instability in some regions. WORLD BANK

29 May 2014 | Read More »

UN / LIBYA

The Security Council unanimously adopted a resolution condemning attempts to illicitly export crude oil from Libya and imposing sanctions on vessels involved in such efforts. UNTV

19 Mar 2014 | Read More »

WORLD BANK / FOOD PRICES

International food prices have declined for the third consecutive quarter and are now 12 percent below the historical peak in August 2012, according to the World Bank's Food Price Watch report. But the report says the continued popularity of food subsidies often do not deliver the results policy makers are seeking. WORLD BANK

26 Jul 2013 | Read More »

FAO / UGANDA FISHERIES

Uganda is a land-locked country, yet 60 percent of the population's daily protein requirements come from fish. As the second largest source of foreign revenue, the fisheries sector makes a vital contribution to the economy, and it's the implementation of national standards, based on Codex Alimentarius Commission standards, which ensure safe fish for locals and [...]

5 Jul 2013 | Read More »

ROME / WORLD FOOD DAY

The United Nations today marked World Food Day by highlighting agricultural cooperatives as vital weapon in the war on poverty and hunger. FAO

16 Oct 2012 | Read More »

UN / FOOD PRICES

UN agencies today called for urgent international action to prevent rising global food prices from sparking a repeat of the 2007-8 world food crisis. FILE

4 Sep 2012 | Read More »

UN / FRANCE FOOD PRICES

France’s Minister of Agriculture Bruno Le Maire said that the risk of food riots in the world, “is a real one” because of the increase in global food prices. UNTV

17 Feb 2011 | Read More »

 

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