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Suppose you eat rice everyday, but one day you go to the store and discovery that the price is more than you can pay.  That have two millions of people two years ago at the hit of world food crisis. Between April of 2007 and March of 2008 the price of rice double in many places. Economists claim the crisis on different costs including high energy cost, bad weather and the use of food crop lands for wild fuel production. High food prices push more people in developing countries into poverty and hunger.

Some researchers say people living in cities in western Africa may have suffered most of all. Geographer from three American colleges did study that would appear in the proceeding's of the national of academy of science. We have mostly of Machiavelli college in * lead the study. The team looked at thirty years worth of information on foods security and agriculture policy in G every cost and M. Most of the research setter down rice and import crops in those three Africa countries. The researchers say G and E suffered more during the food crisis than M did. They say this was because people in G and E has come to depend on imported rice. Local rice production fail after the countries reduce farm supports and import tests under free market reforms. That's meant rice farmers were not only earning less but facing greater competition from imports. Then when the food crisis hit, the cost of foreign rice shut up.


The researchers say M suffered less because it depended less on the imported rice in part because of Geography. M is not a coastal country with ports like E and G. L speaker from O university says after gaining independence, Africa nations try to help farmers. Governments provided lower cost seeds and fertilizers. They built processing meals and roses to market. And they protect their markets with high terrors on imported food.But by the late 1970 and 1980s those countries no longer have money to help farmers. So they change policies and try another way to improve agriculture. Government sends major lenders like the world bank and international Moliere fund turn to three market policies. We will talk more next week about how the researcher link that change to effect the of the reason food crisis.

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This is the VOA special English agriculture report.
Suppose you eat rice every day, but one day you go to the store and discovered that the rice price is more than you can happen ,that happened two millions of people two years ago at the hight of the world food crisis. between the April of 2007 and March of 2008,the price of rice doubled in many places.

The economist blame the price on different causes including the high energy costs, bad weather and the use of food land  for buyer fewer production. High food prices push more people in developing countries in the poverty and hunger.Some researchers say that the people lived in the cities of the west Africa people may have suffered most of all. geographers  from three American colleges did the studies that appear in the proceeding  at the National Academy of Sciences .
William M of m. College in Minnesota led the study. The team looked at thirty years worth of information on food security and agriculture policies in Zambia, I .C and Mali. Most of research sented down rice and important crop be in those three West African countries. The researchers say Zambia and I C suffered more during the food crisis than Mali did. They say this was because people in Zambia and I.C had come to depend on imported rice.
Local rice production fail after the county’s reduced farm supports and import tests under free market reforms. That meant rice farmers would not only earning less but facing greater competition from imports.
Then when the food crisis hit, the cost of foreign rice shut up. The researchers say Mali suffered less because it depended less on imported rice in part because of Geography.
Mali is not a coastal country with ports like IC and Zambia. L.Baker from Oregon State University says after gaining independence, African nations trie to help farmers. Governments provide no-costs seeds and fertilizer.
They built procession bill and roads to markets. And they protected their markets with high taxes on import food. But by the late 1970s and 1980s, those countries no longer had much money to help farmers. So they changed policies and tried another way to improve agriculture. Governments and major leaders like the World Bank and the International Monetary Fund turn to free market policies. We will talk more next week about how researchers link that change to affect the recent food crisis.

And that’s the VOA Special English Agriculture Report ,written by Jerilyn Watson. I’m Steve Ember.


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This is VOA special English agriculture report
Suppose you eat rice everyday,but one day you go to the store and discover that the price is more than you can pay.That happened to millions of people two years ago at the hight of the world food crises,Between the April of 2007 and March of 2008, the price of rice doubled in many places.Econmist blamed the crises on different caused,including high energy costs bad weather and use of food crop lands for ** production.high food price push more people in developing coutries into porvety and hunger.some reserchers say people live in cities in south Africa may have suffered most of all.Geographers from three American colleges did a study that would appear in the preceedings of the national Academ of sciences.William Mostly of &&college in** led the study .the team looked at 30 years worth of information on food secruity and agriculture policy in **,** and **.Most of the research centered on rice and import crop in those three west Africa countries.The research say **and ** suffered more during the food crises than ** did.and this was because people in ** and ** had come to depend on imported rice.local rice production fail after the countries rebused farm surports and import tax under free market reform. That meant rice  farmers  were not only earning less but facing great comptetion from imports.then when the food crises hit,the cost of far and rice shut up.The reseach say the Molly suffered less because it depended less on imported rice in part because the geography.Molly is not a coastal coutry with ports like every coast and **.Larence Banker from ** University says after gaining independence African nations try to help farmers.goverments provited low cost seeds and **,they build processing bill and roads to market,and they protest their markets with high ** on imported food.But by the late 1970s and 9180s,those countries no longer had much money to help farmers.so they changed policies and tried another way to improve agriculture.Goverment and major alenders like the world bank and the international mornatry found turned to free market policies,we will talk about more next week about how the researchers leak that change to the effects of recent food crises.and that is VOA special English agriculture report written by **,I am Steven Veber.

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This is the VOA Special English Agricultural Report.

Suppose you eat rice everyday, but one day you go to the store and discover that the price is more than you can take. That happend to millions of people 2 years ago at the haight of world food crisis.

Between April of 2007 and March of 2008, the price of rice doubled in many places. Econemist blame the crisis on different causes including high energy causes, bad weather and the use of food crop lands for bio-fuel production. High food crisis push more people in developing countries into poverty and hunger. Some reseaches say people living in cities in west Africa may have suffered most of all.

Geographers from three American colleges did a study that will appeare in the proceedings of national acedemic sciences. William Mosely of Makalish college of Minnesota lead the study. The teams looked at 30 years wothy information on food security and agricultural policy in Gambia, **, and Molly. Most of the research settled on rice and an important crop in those three west african countries. The researchs say Gambia and ***coast suffured more during the food crisis than Molly did.

They say this was because people in Gambia and **coast had come to depend on imported rice. Local rice production fail after the countries reduced farm supports and import taxes under free market reforms. That meant rice farmers were not only earningless but facing greater competition from imports. Then when the food crisis hit, the cost of farer rice shout up.

The researchers say Molly suffured less because it depended less on imported rice in part because of geography. Molly is not a coastal country with ports like ** and Gambia. ** Spaker from Origen State University says after gaining independece, african nations try to help farmers. Governments provided low cost seeds and futalises. They built processing meals and roads to markets. And they protected their markets with high tarrifs on imported food. But in the late 1930s and 1980s, those countries no longer had much money to help farmers. So they changed policies and applied another way to improve argiculture. Governments send major ** like the world bank and the international molotery fund turn to free market policies. We'll talk more next week give out how the researchers link that change to the effects of the recent food crisis.

And that's the VOA special English Agricultural Report, written by ****. I'm Steve **.
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This is the VOA Special English Agriculture Report.

Suppose you eat rice every day, but some day you go to the store and discover that the price is more than you can pay, that happened to millions of people two years ago at the height of the world food crisis. Between April of 2007 and March of 2008, the price of rice doubled in many places. The communists blamed the crisis on many causes including high energy costs, bad weather, and the use of food crop land for biofuel production.

High food  prices push more people in developing countries into poverty and hunger. Some researchers say people living in cities in West Africa may have suffered most of all. Geographers from three American colleges did a study that will appear in the preceedings of the National Academy of Sciences. William Mosley of Machanister college in Minesoda led the study. The team looked at 30 years worth of information on food security and agricultural policy in GaMbia, AveryCoast and Morri. Most of the research settled on rice, an important crop in those three West African countries. The researchers say GaMbia  and AveryCoast  suffered more during the food crisis than Morri did. They say this was because people in GaMbia and AveryCoast  have come to depend on imported rice. Local rice production fell after the countries reduced farm supports and import taxes under free market reforms. That meant rice farmers were not only earning less, but facing greater competition from imports. Then, when the food crisis hit, the cost of foreign rice shot on.

The researchers say Morri suffered less because it depended less on imported rice, in part, because of the geography. Morri is not a coastal country with ports like AveryCoast and GaMbia. Lawrence Baker, from Oregon State University, says after gaining independence, African governments tried to help farmers. Governments provided with low-cost seeds and fertulizers. They built processing mills, and roads to market. And they protected their market with high terrops on imported food. But at late 1970s and 1980s those countries no longer had much money to help farmers. So they changed policies and tried another way to improve agriculture. Governments and major lenders like the World Bank and the International Monertary Fund turned to free market policies.

We will talk more next week, give out how the researchers link that change to the effect of the recent food crisis.
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Many cities have interesting nicknames.Nicknames can help establish the identity of a city.They can also spread pride among its citizens.
New Orleans,Louisiana probably has more nicknames than any other American city.One Web site lists more than twenty nicknames.The most famous is The Big Easy.It describes the gentle,slow and easy-going way of life in New Orleans.
So how did the city get this nickname? In the early nineteen hundreds, there was a dance hall in New Orleans called The Big Easy .But the nickname did not become famous until the early nineteen seventies.That was when a Louisiana newspaper writer began calling New Orleans by this name.She compared the easy-going way of life there to the hurried pace of life in New York City.
In nineteen seventy, James Conaway wrote a crime novel called The Big Easy. The story was set in New Orleans.In nineteen eighty-seven, that book was made into a film which made the nickname even more popular.
New Orleans has other nicknames.One of them is The Crescent City.During the nineteenth century, new neighborhoods expanded out from what is now known as the French Quarter.These areas followed the great curve of the Mississippi River,giving New Orleans the shape of a crescent.
Another nickname is the Birthplace of Jazz because that kind of music started in New Orleans.It is also called Mardi Gras City for the wild celebrations and parades that take place there every year.And, there is a nickname that uses the short way to write New Orleans and Louisiana.If you do not want to use the complete name,you can call the city NOLA.
One of America' s most exciting cities is Las Vegas, Nevada.There you can play games of chance all night long.The city' s night clubs are also open all night for eating,drinking and dancing.So it is not surprising that Las Vegas is called The Gambling Capital of the World and The Entertainment Capital of the World.
Another nickname for Las Vegas is Sin City because you can find many kinds of adult entertainment there. Many people who come to Las Vegas in hopes of winning lots of money do not know when to stop gambling.They may lose a great deal of their hard-earned money.So the city is also called something that sounds like Las Vegas - Lost Wages.
In nineteen sixty-four, Elvis Presley starred in a movie called Viva Las Vegas.Here he sings the title song from that movie.
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This program was written by Shelley Gollust.

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This is the voa special english agriculture report
Suppose you eat rice everyday.but one day you go to the store and discover that the price is more than you can pay.That happened to millions of people 2 years ago at the hight of the world food crisis.between april of 2007 and march of 2008,the price of the rice doubled in many places.
Economist plaim the crisis on different causes,including high energe cost,bad weather,and use of the food crop lands for bio-fuel production.
High rice price push more people in the developing country into poverty and hunger.some researchs say people living in city in the west africa may have suffered most of all.
Geographers form three american university did a study that will appear in the proceedings of the national academy of science.willam M of the Mocalst college
in minsoda led the study
The team looked at 30 years worth information on the food security and agriculture policy in G ,A and M.
most of the research centered on rice and important crops in this 3 west africa countries.
the researchers say G and A  suffered more during the food crisis than M did.they say this was because people in G and A had come to depend on import rice.local rice production fail after the country reduce farm support and the
import taxes under free market reforms.That ment rice farmers are not only earning less but facing great competition from import.Then,the food crisis hit,the cost of foreign rice shut up
The researchers say Morley suffered less because it depended less on imported rice in part because of Geography. Morley is not a coastal country with ports like Ivory Coast and Combia.

Laurens Backer from Origin State University says after gaining independents African nations try to help farmers. Governments provided low cost seeds and fertilizers.

They built processing miles and roads to market, and they protected their markets with high t- on imported food. But by the late 1970s and 1980s those countries no longer had money to help farmers. So they changed policies and tried another way to improve agriculture.

Governments and major lenders like the World Band and the International Monetary Fund tend to free market policies. We will talk more next week about how the researchers link that change to the effects of the recent food crises.





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This is the VOA special English Agriculture report.

    Suppose you eat rice everyday,but one day you go to the store and discover that the price is more than you can pay.That happen to millions of people two years aogo at the hight of the world food prices.Between the April of 2007 and March of 2008,the price of rice doubled in many places.

    Economists blamed the crisis on different causes including high energy costs,bad weather and the use of food crop lands for bio fuel production.High food prices push more people in developing countries into poverty and hunger.Some reserchers say people live in cities in West Africa may have suffered most of all.

    Geographers from three America colleges did study that will appear in the prosidings of the national accdemic of sciences.William Mosli of Mekelester college in Minnesota led the study.The team look at 30 years' worthy information on food security and agricutural policy in Gamdia,Ivory Coast and Mali.Most of the reserchers centered on the rice,an important crop in those three West African coutres.

    The reserchers say Gambia and Ivory Coast suffered more during the food crisis than Mali did.They say sthis was because people in Gambia and Ivory Coast had come to depend on imported rice.Local rice production fail after the coutries reduce farm supports and import taxes under free market reforms.That meant rice farmers are not only earning less,but facing greater competition from imports.Then when the food cirsis hit,the cost of faring rice shout up.

    The reserchers say Mali suffered less because it depended less on imported rice in part because of geograph.Mali is not a coastal country with ports like Ivory Coast and Gambia.

    Lurence Beker from Origen State University says after getting independence,Afeican nations try to help farmers.Governments provide no-cost seeds and fertilizers.They built processing miles and roads to market and they protected their market with high terrifph on imported food.But by the late 1970s and 1980s those coutries no longer had much money to help farmers.So they changed policies and tried another to improve agriculture.Governments and major landers like the world bank and International Monetary fund turn to free market policies.

    We will talk more next week about how the reserchers linked that change to be effects of the recent food crisis.

    And that's the VOA special English Agriculture report, written by Jerrly Wason,I'm Steve Ember.

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This is VOA Special English Agriculture Report.
Suppose you eat rice everyday, but one day you go to the store and discover that the price is more than you can pay. That happen to millions of people two years ago at the height of the world food crisis.
Between April of 2007 and March of 2008, the price of rice doubled in many places.

Economists blame the crisis on different causes including high energy costs, bad weather, and the use of food crop lands for b... f.. production. High price push more people in developing countries into poverty and huger. Some researchers say people living in cities in West Africa may have suffered most of all.
Geographers from three American colleges did a study that would appear in the proseeding of the national academy of science. W of M College in M lead the study. The team looked at thirty years world's information on food security and agricultural policy in G... Most of the research centered on rice and important crop in those three West Africa countries.
The researchers say the G and ... suffering more during the food crisis than M..did. They say this was because people in G and ... had come to depend on imported rice. Local rice production fell after the countries reduced fund supports and import taxes on the free market reforms. That means rice farmers were not only earning less but facing greater competition from imports.Then when the food crisis hit, the cost of foreign rice shut up.
The researchers say M suffered less because it depended on imported rice in part because of geography. M is not a coastal country with ports like A and G. L from O State University said after gaining independence, African nations try to help farmers. Governments provided low-cost seeds and fertilizers. They built processing mills and roads to market. And they protected their markets with high tariff on imported food.
But by the late 1970s and 1980s, those countries no longer had much money to help farmers. So they changed policy and tried another way to improve agriculture. Governments sent major lenders like the World Bank, and the International Monetary Fund turn to free market policies.
We'll talk more next week about how the researchers link that change to the effect of recent food crisis.
And that's the VOA Special English Agriculture Report.

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This is the voa special english agriculture report.

Suppose you eat rice everyday. But one day you go to the store, and discovered that the price is more than you can pay. That happen to millions of people 2 years ago at the hight of the world food crises.

Between April of 2007 and March of 2008 the price of rice doubled in many places. The commonest bring the crises on defferent causes including high energy cost, bad weather, and the use of food crop lands for biofuel production.
High food prices push more people in developing countries into proverty and hunger. Some researchers say people living in west Africa may have suffered most of all.

Geographers from three American colleges, did study that would appear in the proceedings of the national academy of sciences. We are mostly of Mallaster College Minnesota lead the study.

The teem looked at 30 years worth of information on food security and agricultural policy in Gambia, Ivory Coast and Mali. Most of the research settle down rice an important crop in those 3 west African Countries. The researchers say Gambia and Ivory Coast suffered more during the food crises than Mali they did. They say it was because people in Gambia and Ivory Coast had come to depend on imported rice.

Local rice production fell after the countries reduced farm supports and import taxes under 3 market reforms. That meant rice farmers were not only earning less, but facing greater competetion from imports, then when the food crises hit, the cause of XX rice shut off.

The researchers say Mali suffered less, because it depended less on imported rice in part, because of Geogarphy. Mali is not a coastal country with ports like Ivory Coast and Gambia.

Lawance Bagger from O. State University says, after gaining independance, African nations try to help farmers. Governments provided low cost seeds and fertilizers, they build processing bills, and roads to market, and they protected their markets with high tariffs on imported food.

But by the late 1970s and 1980s, those contries no longer had much money to help farmers, so they changed policies, and try another way to improve agriculture. Government send major lenders like The World Bank and International Military Fund, turn to free market policies.

We'll talk more next week, give out how the researchers link than change through the effect of the reason food crises.
And that's the VOA SPECIAL ENGLISH AGRICULTURE report, written by Jerilyn Watsom. I'm Steve Ember.

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This is the VOA Special English Agriculture Report.Suppose you eat rice everyday.But one day you go to the store and discover that the price is more than you can pay.That happened to millions of people two years ago at the (height) of the world food (crises).Between April of 2007 and March of 2008,the price of rice doubled in many places.It () blame the (crises) on different causes including high energe costs,bad weather and the use of food ( lands) for () fewer production.High food prices push more people in developing countries into poverty and hungry.
Some researchers say people living in cities in West Africa may have suffered most of all.Geographiers from 3 American colleges did study that would appear in the presidings of National () of sciences.W. of M. college in M. led the study.The team looked at 30 years worth being information on food's () and agriculture policy in G.,E. and M..Most of the research settered on rice and important crop in thoes 3 west African counties.The researchers say G. and E. sufferd more during the food crises than M. did.They say this was because people in G. and E. had come to depend on () rice.Local rice production fail after the countries reduced farm supports and import taxes under free market reform.That meant rice farmers were not only () less but facing greater competition from imports.Then when the food crises hit,the cost of () rice shut up.The researchers say M. sufferd less because it depended less on imported rice in part because of geogerphy.
M. is not a coastal country with ports like every coast and G..L. from O. State University says after () independence,African nations try to help farmers.Government provided low cost seeds and (fertilizer).They build (processing   ) and (rose) to market.And they protected their markets with high () on imported food.But by the late 1970s and 1980s, those countries no longer had much money to help farmers,so they changed policies and try another way to improve agriculture.Governments and (major landers) like the World Bank and International () Farm turn to free market policies.We'll talk more next week about how the researchers link that change to the affact of recent food prices.And that's the VOA Special English Agriculture Report written by J.,I'm Steve Ember.

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This is the VOA Special English Agriculture Report.

Suppose you eat rice every day ,but one day you go to the store and discover that the price is more than you can pay.That happened to millions of people two years ago at the height of the world food crisis.Between April of 2007 and March of 2008 the prices doubled in many places.Economists blamed the crisis on different causes including high energy costs, bad weather and the use of food crop lands for biofuel production.High food prices pushed more people in developing coutries into poverty and hunger.Some researchers say,people living in cities in west Africa may have sufferd most of all.Geographers from three American colleges did a study that will appear in the proceedings of the national academy of sciences.William Mosley of Macalestor College in Minnesota led the study.The team looked at thirty years worth of information on food security and agricultural policy in Ganbia Aifericoast and Mali.Most of the reseach setter down rice and important crop in those three African countries.

The researchers say Ganbia and Aifericoast sufferd more during the food crisis than Mali did .They say this was because people in Ganbia and Aifericoast had come to depend on imported rice.Local rice production fail after the countries reduced farm supports and import taxes under free market reforms.That meant rice farmers were not only earning less but facing greater competition from imports.Then when the food crisis hit the cost of farm and rice shut up.The researchers say Mali suffered less because it depended less on imported rice in part because of geography.Mali is not a coastal country with ports like Aifericoast and Ganbia.Laren Speker from Oregan state university says after gaining independence ,African nations try to help farmers.Governments provided low cost seeds and fertilizers.They built processing mills and roads to market. And they protected their markets with high terifuse on imported food.But by the 1970s and 1980s those countries no longer had much money to help farmers.So they changed policies and tried another way to improve agriculture.Government said major lenders like the world bank and the international monetary fund turn to free market policies.We'll talk more next week of how the researchers link that change to the effects of the recent food crisis.

And that's the VOA Special English Agriculture Report ,written by Jerolin Watson,I'm Steve Ember.

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This is the VOA special english agriculture report.
Suppose you eat rice everyday,but one day you go to the store and discover that the price is more than you can pay.That happened to millions of people two years ago at the hited of the world food crisis.
Between April of 2007 and March of 2008 the price of rice doubled in many places.Economists blame the crisis on different causes including high energy costs as well as use the food crop lands for * production.
High food prices push more people in developing countrise into proverty and hunger. Some researchers say people living in cities in west Africa may have suffered most of all.
* * from three American colleges did the study that appear in the * of the national academy in science.We can mostly of * college in minisoda led the study.The team looked at 30 years * information on food *,and agriculture policy in Zambia * and Mali.Most of  the research set down rice and important * in those three west African countrise. The researchers say Zambia and * suffered more during the food crisis than Mali did.They say this was because people in Zambia and * had come to depend on imported rice,local rice production fell after the countrise reduced farm supports and import taxs under free market reforms,that meant rice farmers were not only earning less but facing greater competion from imports.Than when the food crisis hit, the cost of the fallen rice shut up.
The researchers say Mali suffered less because it depended less on imported rice in part because of geography.Mali is not a coastal country with ports like * and Zambia.
* * from Oregon state university says after gainning independs,African nations try to help farmers.Goverments provided low cost seeds and fertilizers,they bulit processing mills and loads to markets and they protected their markets with high * on imported food,but by the late ninteen seventy and ninteen eighty,those countrise no longer have much money to help farmers so they change policys and try another way to improve agriculture.Goverment sent major lands like the * Zambia *** turn to free market policys.
We will talk more next week about how the researches  link that change to effect * recent food crisis.




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This is the voa special english agriculture report.

Suppose you eat rice every day,but one day you go to the store and discover the price is more than you can pay that happens to millions of people two years ago at the height of the world food prices.Between the April of 2007 and March of 2008,the price of rice doubled in many places.Economist blamed the crisises on different causes including high energy costs ,bad weather and the use of food crop lands for b* production.High food prices push more people indeveloping countries into poverty and hungry.Some researchers say people living in cities in West Afica may have suffered most of all.

Geographers from three Amercian colleges did study that will appear in the proceedings of national academy of sciences.Williom M at M college in Minnesoda learned the study.The team looked thirteen years worlds of information on foodssecurity and agricultural policy in Gambia,A coast and M .Most of the reseach sent down rice and important crop in those three West Africa countries.

The reseachers say Gambia and I suffered more during the food crisises than M did .They say this is because people in Gambia and A had came to depend on imported rice.Local rice production fail after the countries' reduce farm supports and import taxes under free market reforms .Not mend rice farmers will not only earn less but facing great competition from imports .Then when the food crisiser hit ,the cost of the f* rice shut up.The reseachers say M suffered less because independed less on imported rice in part because of geography .M is not a coastal country with ports like Afric coast and Gambia .

L S from Oregon state university says after gaming independence Africa nations try to help farms.Governments provided local seeds and fertilizers.They built processing builds and roads to market and they protect to their markets with high t* on imported food.But by the late 1970s and M laties,those countries no longer had much many to help farmers .So they changed polices and tried another way to improve agriculture.Government said major lenders like the world bank an international monetary found tend to free market policies.


We will talk more next week about how reseachers link that change to be a facts of recent food prices .And that is the voa special english ,agriculture report.Written by G W .I am Steve Ember.
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