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"U.S. and British farmers are laughing all the way to the bank,"
says Simon Maxwell, director of the London-based Overseas Development Institute, an independent think tank.
"And some poor people will get jobs on farms or in local communities."
Yet those people will need to buy food, whose prices are rising far faster than wages. With relief agencies struggling to feed the hungry and the shelves in Pakistan, Burkina Faso, Senegal and many other countries in the developing world stocked with food many locals can no longer afford, the prospects for chaos are steadily growing.