Global Food Crisis: They Got Money For Wars, But Can’t Feed the Poor

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Who is most impacted, and what to expect? The global food crisis is a critical issue that we cannot afford to ignore. The global supply of wheat, maize, and rice stocks is at historic lows as the supply chain has been disrupted. As a result, the oil and grain prices have become volatile and have skyrocketed over the past few months. More and more people are going hungry daily, and many countries struggle to provide their citizens with enough food. The countries that are most impacted by hunger are those that are low-income and have the poorest people. The United Nations…...

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Sam Warain I am half Filipino/half Sri Lankan and living in Tokyo, Japan. After spending a few years in MBB consulting firm, I moved to an AI Start-Up in Tokyo at an early stage (Series A). We successfully had an IPO at $1bn valuation on the Growth Index in Japan. Currently, I transitioned to a COO role at another AI firm specifically providing services to the manufacturing industry. I have a Newsletter called "Inflated World" sharing personal anecdotes of people experiencing inflation worldwide, especially developing countries. Please consider subscribing.