If true, it would not be surprising considered that the banking industry is pretty much in bed with the oil industry.
Most sober studies show that there could not be any close connection between the price of food and the demand for biofuel. On the contrary, it is the rise in petroleum-based fuel, fertilizer and other costs that is one of the main culprits. Weather patterns are also largely to blame.
Just a little common sense would bring the realization, for example, that biofuels can have little connection with rice shortages since the edible portion of the rice plant is not used to make biofuel.
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by Fei Liena, Ming Jinwei BEIJING, July 10 (Xinhua) -- The unrelenting rise in food prices has become a matter of grave concern for many countries.
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