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As Asia's rice harvests shrivel amid drought, fears of global food security are revived

12:00 AM - Reuters SINGAPORE Nearly a decade after a spike in global food prices sent shock waves around the world, the blistering drought plaguing Asia's top rice producers, including Thailand, threatens to cut output and boost prices of a staple for half the world's population. World rice production is expected to decline for the first time this year since 2010, as failing rains linked to an El Nino weather pattern cut crop yields in Asia's rice bowl.
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