Boosting food output can solve health, fiscal, & inflation problems

CCTV Africa

Published on Jun 30, 2016

At present, African states spend $ 35 B every year, importing food they can grow right here on the continent, from elsewhere. If nothing is done to reverse this mass export of capital and jobs by 2030, African states will be spending about $ 100 B, importing food. CCTV’s Ramah Nyang’ spoke to the President of the African Development Bank, and he explained why fixing agricultural output, is vital for jobs creation, poverty eradication, and the future of monetary policy.

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