Thursday, 3 January 2008

Africa: 2008 promises good returns for farmers

Last year, the WorldWatch Institute made the counterintuitive and controversial suggestion that high prices for agricultural commodities, partly boosted by biofuels, will benefit the world's poorest because the vast majority of them are farmers. Writing for the Nairobi based Business Daily, Dominique Patton hints at the same possibility, but stresses the benefits of high farm commodity prices will mainly trickle down to 'investor interests'.


Business Daily: Africa: 2008 Promises Good Returns for Farmers - January 1, 2008.

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