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The Global Food Crisis on Two Continents

Odette Keeley, Audio, Up Front Radio Posted: Apr 29, 2008

Editor's Note: Odette Keeley presents a round-up of views from the ethnic media. This week: Gary Pierre-Pierre, editor and publisher for the Haitian Times [New York] suspects other factors are in play causing riots and violence in Haiti; Regina Reyes, North America News Bureau Chief for Balitang America or News in America (of the Filipino Channel [San Francisco Bay Area] reports Philippine agricultural officials are implementing various strategies to solve the country's rice shortage and skyrocketing prices; and HJ Bae, Reporter from the Korea Times [Los Angeles] says Korean-American grocers are concerned over the rising prices of Korean food staples here in the U.S.

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