The food import bills of least-developed countries, low-income food deficit countries and countries in sub-Saharan Africa are on course to rise even faster due to higher import volumes of meat, sugar, dairy and oilseed products.
It’s getting more expensive to transport commodities around the world, threatening to squeeze profits for global traders and raise food prices. Read moreRead More »
President Donald Trump said last week that the North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA) talks are “moving along nicely.” Trade ministers from Mexico, Canada, and the U.S. met in Washington, D.C., and are pushing to finish an agreement by early May. Read moreRead More »