The economic face of the wars

The food crisis in the next two years will be terrible, especially for countries like El Salvador that depend on imports. Recent governments have not foreseen the problem and have allowed the abandonment of agriculture, betting instead on industry, trade and the financial system.

Monday, April 28, 2008

Of course, the government also depends on remissions, which result from the notorious policy of creating unemployment to increase emigration, basically to the United States, and forcing the disintegration of the family.



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Price crisis has market solutions

May 2008

The worldwide and national alert for the increase in price of many products such as grains, the basic consumer basket of goods, and services such as transportation and electricity can be overcome without government interventions, through the free market and encouragement of entrepreneurial activities.

That's the opinion of American economist James Gwartney, economics professor at Florida State University and co-author of the "Global Economic Freedom" Index.

El Salvador needs new investment

April 2008

The viability of El Salvador for achieving sustained economic growth depends on the amount of private investment it can attract, especially in these times of high food and fuel prices.

In recent years the nation has attracted significant investments in telecommunications, banking, electrical energy and mining.

Rice for Guatemala is guaranteed, says Agriculture Chamber

April 2008

The Agriculture Chamber said today that storage of rice is guaranteed, despite the crisis of international production for the grain.

Chamber President Carlos Zúñiga told reporters that countries like China and India have increased the demand for rice, as well as for animal proteins.

Global Food Prices Continue to Rise

November 2010

FAO anticipates that recent rise in food commodity prices will continue and that future consumers will pay more for their food.

In its "Food Outlook", November 2010, the World Food Organization points out that its price index rose 34 points (+20%) between June and October, near the historical record of June 2008.

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