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June 30, 2007

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teresa

The world produced enough food to feed 12 billion people last year - almost twice the world's population http://www.wholesaleeshop.com.au/Digital-Watches/ according to UN official Jean Ziegler, yet 854 million people went without food. The reason? $350 billion dollars are being spent on agricultural subsidies by industrialised countries.

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Victor Keegan

A CAP for Africa is an interesting idea - more comments please.

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Xxxx

We will not beat famine by cutting producion in food. We require food security. Africa should have a CAP. This is not communism v Capitalist. It is moderate capitalist v extremist capitalist.
The CAP subsidises food production. Just as we subsidise health, education, and houses. If we do not subsidise food production, then we will have more famines, and have our food security destroyed. You should campaign for Africa to have have CAP.
www.lonympics.co.uk/CAP.htm
It is EU and USA surpluses that help stop famines. ..

Adam Garley

Quite right! I invite those interested to take part in a new campaign that has just been launched by ActionAid: HungerFREE...

http://www.actionaid.org/main.aspx?PageID=677

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