Food crisis benefits exporters, but watch for delayed inflationary impact

SEVERAL of South-east Asia’s economies could stand to benefit as a global food crisis threatens. Economists and market strategists noted that food inflation has been slower in the region than globally, and that many Asean countries are net exporters of food or fuel. But one economist has advised caution when interpreting headline inflation data. Read on The Business Times

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