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Food for thought: Globalization’s role in ending world hunger

Trade liberalization not only produced better economic outcomes, but also enhanced food security Image: Chad Stembridge/Unsplash

Jane Fraser

Chief Executive Officer, Citi

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Trade liberalization has enhanced food security, reduced hunger and famine.
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