Indonesians Struggle with Rising Meat Prices
A woman buys meat at a market in Jakarta, Indonesia, Friday, Aug. 17, 2012. Today, a kilogram of beef can cost more than $13. - Rising prices and corruption continue to plague Indonesia's national goal to become self-sufficient in regards to producing staple foods.
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Since: Nov 12
#1 Feb 5, 2013
elementary economics would have made clear to high officials that banning imports without sufficient replacements from home markets will cause price rises. In addition to this history shows that price inequalities between countries provide opportunities for smugglers, custom corruption and so on.
It is all so predictable if people would like to think
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