Corn spikes and the Wall Street Journal, then and now

September 6, 2012 |

From the then and now department:

Wall Street Journal last month: “The resulting corn shortages [from ethanol mandates] drive food prices up in a way that punishes consumers around the world.”

Wall Street Journal this month: Drought impacts will be “far from crippling for the average consumer…corn-price spikes like the one we’ve experienced…don’t lead to massive spikes in the overall price of food at the grocery store.”

 

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