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Title The state of food insecurity in the world, 2013 : the multiple dimensions of food security.
Imprint Rome, Italy. : Food and Agricultural Organization of the United Nations, 2013.

Series State of Food Insecurity in the World ; v. 2013
State of Food Insecurity in the World.
Subject Food supply -- Developing countries.
Hunger -- Developing countries.
Developing Countries.
Hunger.
Food Supply.
Starvation.
Alt Name Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations.
International Fund for Agricultural Development.
World Food Programme.
Description 1 online resource (56 pages).
polychrome rdacc
Note Title from PDF title caption (viewed Oct. 8, 2013).
Bibliography Note Includes bibliographical references.
Contents Foreword -- Acknowledgements -- Undernourishment around the world in 2013 -- Measuring different dimensions of food security -- Food security dimensions at the national level -- Technical annex -- Notes.
Summary Small import-dependent countries, especially in Africa, were deeply affected by the food and economic crises. Some large countries were able to insulate their markets from the crisis through restrictive trade policies and protect their consumers through safety nets. However, trade insulation increased prices and volatility in international markets.
ISBN 9789251079171 (electronic bk.)
925107917X (electronic bk.)
9789251079164
OCLC # 861872106
Additional Format Print version: FAO. State of Food Insecurity in the World 2013 : The Multiple Dimensions of Food Security. Rome : FAO, ©2014 9789251079164


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