C’est ce qu’explique la Banque Mondiale dans un article récent, qui tire des conclusions du récent rapport trimestriel sur le sujet.


“A new norm of high prices seems to be consolidating,” said Otaviano CanutoWorld Bank Group’s Vice President for Poverty Reduction and Economic Management.“The world cannot afford to be complacent to this trend while 870 million people still live in hunger and millions of children die every year from preventable diseases caused by malnutrition.”