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Cheaper food comes with other costs – why cutting GST isn't the answer

By Alan Renwick, Professor of Agricultural Economics, Lincoln University, New Zealand
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Ending GST on some foods is being touted as a way to reduce food poverty. But cheap food comes with a high environmental and health cost. Is there a way to value food but reduce hardship?The Conversation

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