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World Commodity Prices and Domestic Retail Food Price Inflation: Some Insights from the UK

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  • Andreea Halunga
  • Tim Lloyd
  • Steve McCorriston
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  • James Davidson & Andreea Halunga & Tim Lloyd & Steve McCorriston & Wyn Morgan, 2016. "World Commodity Prices and Domestic Retail Food Price Inflation: Some Insights from the UK," Journal of Agricultural Economics, Wiley Blackwell, vol. 67(3), pages 566-583, September.
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