Africa’s Economy Is Rising. Now What Happens to Its Food?

By David Leonhardt

For decades, the economies of Africa were the world’s economic laggards. They aren’t anymore. Over the last decade, Africa’s per capita income has grown at a rate nearly identical to that of the rest of the world.

It’s reasonable to imagine that the continent is in the early stages of a trajectory that could mimic that of Latin America or, more ambitiously, parts of Asia.

http://www.nytimes.com/2015/01/22/upshot/africas-economy-is-rising-now-what-happens-to-its-food.html?rref=upshot&module=ArrowsNav&contentCollection=The%20Upshot&action=click&region=FixedRight&pgtype=article&abt=0002&abg=0

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