Food Fight

Shah, Rajay
June 2008
Forbes Asia;6/16/2008, Vol. 4 Issue 11, p43
The article discusses the new perception towards higher food prices. According to the author, the newly prosperous India and China are having an effect on different manner than what is commonly perceived. He adds that as people in these countries are becoming wealthier, their behavior is also changing as the new middle class is less price sensitive. Moreover, with the prosperity being experienced in Asia diminishing the world's shock absorber, the world food market will become volatile.


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