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Economics news this week: The IMF has warned about rising food prices. Image: REUTERS/Susana Vera

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Consumers in countries with lower incomes spend more on food and are most affected when those prices rise.
Economics news: Food commodity prices rose by 23% last year, the fastest pace in more than a decade. Image: IMF

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