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Acknowledgements: We thank Heesun Kiem for her excellent econometric support. Thomas Helbling, Hamid Faruqee, Malhar Nabar, Silvia Sgherri, and Jarkko Turunen provided helpful comments and suggestions, as did seminar participants in the Research and Western Hemisphere Departments. The usual disclaimer applies.
An example is the article “US Accused of Forcing Up World Food Prices,” Guardian, November 5, 2010.