How does a $16,000 subsidy per farmer in the U.S. translate into food insecurity for households in Cagayan Valley? How does a few
percentage point rise in grains demand in South Korea drive up meat prices in the wet market of Valencia in Cotabato? This book takes us through the interaction of international trade realities and national policies, and how they impact on the survival strategies of even remote households and villages. Knowing and understanding such links raise larger and pressing considerations for development work in many communities.
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