Analysis: Corn-based ethanol may threaten global food supply

11/5/2007 | Age (Melbourne, Australia), The

Ethanol subsidies are contributing to worldwide food price increases, according to a new report from the IMF, and corn-based ethanol is seen by environmentalists and some economists as having a particularly negative impact relative to the benefits it offers for what President George W. Bush calls "energy security" in the U.S.

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