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Jennifer Clapp and Sophia Murphy The G20 and Food Security: a Mismatch in Global Governance? Global Policy 4

Version of Record online: 20 MAY 2013 | DOI: 10.1111/1758-5899.12039

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When the G20 took up food security in 2010, many were optimistic that it could bring about positive change by addressing structural problems in commodity markets that were contributing to high and volatile food prices and exacerbating hunger. Its members could tighten the regulation of agricultural commodity futures markets, support multilateral trade rules that would better reflect both importer and exporter needs, end renewable fuel targets that diverted land to biofuels production, and coordinate food reserves.

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