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September 23, 1967 cial subject of the food problem of developing countries. On this issue the Geneva meeting of the Board was divided into four neat groups. The African group, more united than any other, held the view that if an item like the world food programme was put on the agenda, it would be an effective weapon in the hands of those who were keen to show the good and honourable intentions of the U S Government. The Latin American group, for its own reasons, was not happy to see food surpluses being regularly diminished in North America, The socialist countries were keen on a discussion of the problem to shod their LONDON interest in the development of agriculture in the developing countries. The Indian delegation understandably considered the question of food aid highly important and slurred over the possibility of it arousing political passions.

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