Why Africa is Due to Import U.S.$110 Billion Food By 2025
It is unreasonable that the African continent has the potential to feed itself and even to have surplus food to export to other parts of the world, but instead, the continent imports U.S.$35 billion worth of food and agricultural products every year, and if the current predictions hold, the import bill will rise to U.S.$110 billion annually by 2025, writes Junior Sabena Mutabazi for The New Times.
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