With Ritula Shah. Will French president Nicolas Sarkozy's shared central database of food prices help lower food prices, which have been soaring throughout the developing world?
France's President Nicolas Sarkozy wants the world's group of 20 rich industrial nations and major emerging markets to set up a shared central database of food prices next week to keep commodity speculators in check. But will that do much to bring down food prices which have soared this year throughout the developing world.
Ritula Shah quizzes private equity investors and leaders of the developing world for answers to the "Global Food Crisis".
- Fri 17 Jun 2011 22:00