Ebola Threatens West Africa Food Supply Amid Restrictions (10)

Bloomberg L.P. 2014.09.02 15:25
By Rudy Ruitenberg Speed West Africa's Ebola outbreak has caused trade disruptions that are making food more expensive as labor shortages put upcoming harvests at risk, the UN's Food & Agriculture Organization said. Movement controls and quarantine zones created to stop the disease from spreading have curbed transport and sale of food, resulting in panic buying and "significant" price jumps for some commodities, the United Nations
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