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May 17, 2023 · France's food industry has agreed to reopen price negotiations with retailers early, Finance Minister Bruno Le Maire said on Wednesday, after he put pressure on big food companies to lower prices. Protesters across France have.

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as the government works on a crisis plan to tackle a shortage that it has said will inevitable lead to “water scarcity problems” this year.
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One in three Britons (33%) said they had personally experienced a recent scarcity of fuel, compared with no more than 10% in any other country.

Oct 21, 2021 · Among the materials affected are steel, copper, PVC, and timber.

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Protesters have been harassing the French government in clanky demonstrations that have gone viral in a country with no shortage of kitchenware.

Eight million are severely wasted – the deadliest form of under nutrition - meaning they are 12 times more likely to die than children who get enough to eat.