Details for Addressing food price volatility in Kenya
|Name:||Addressing food price volatility in Kenya|
In the last few years, Kenya has had to deal with the problem of high, erratic and volatile food prices, especially for staple and essential food commodities. Price variations are not problematic, if they move along an established trend reflecting market fundamentals or when they exhibit typical seasonal patterns. However, when they are large and cannot be anticipated, the variations create a level of uncertainty, which increases risks for producers, traders, consumers and governments.
|Filename:||KIPPRA Policy Monitor Issue 5 No 1.pdf|
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|Created On:||05/09/2014 09:23|
|Last updated on:||05/09/2014 09:26|