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Food Economics 2011
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Countries Most Vulnerable To Food Shock

Index score: 100.8 GDP per capita: $4,081 Consumption: 46.1% Exports: -1.4% A long civil war hurt agriculture, but the country is capable of producing a variety of products Bananas, sugarcane, coffee, tapioca and corn are all grown. Incomes are rising, thank to the oil sector, but food still absorbs 46 percent of per capita GDP. Subsistence agriculture is common. Major food imports are flour, barley, wheat and chicken meat, with much of it coming from the U.S, Portugal and South Korea.

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10. (Tied) Angola

Index score: 100.8
GDP per capita: $4,081
Consumption: 46.1%
Exports: -1.4%

A long civil war hurt agriculture, but the country is capable of producing a variety of products. Bananas, sugarcane, coffee, tapioca and corn are all grown. Incomes are rising, thanks to the oil sector, but food still absorbs 46 percent of per capita GDP. Subsistence agriculture is common. Major food imports are flour, barley, wheat and chicken meat, with much of it coming from the U.S, Portugal and South Korea.

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