New food assistance convention: An almost-full glass

After months of negotiations, the world's richest countries have agreed on a new food assistance convention—a treaty that governs the way they provide food for people in the developing world who don't have enough to eat.

Stuart Clark
Published: Wednesday, 08/08/2012 12:00 am EDT

After months of negotiations, the world's richest countries have agreed on a new food assistance convention—a treaty that governs the way they provide food for people in the developing world who don't have enough to eat.

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