Why is the price of rice so important? a. rice prices must be kept within reach of the poorest peopleb. rice prices must make a large profit or no one will grow itc. rice prices impact the cost of fruits and vegetables on neighboring farmsb. rice prices have no real importance other than to large corporations
a. rice prices must be kept within reach of the poorest people
Explanation:As the rice is a staple crop and it's most widely consumed as a cereal grain and especial in Asia and agriculturally contributes to the third-highest production followed by the sugar cane ad maize. There are many preferences for rice and tend to be found regionally. And it holds major religious beliefs system in many parts of the world and thus is prices are considered to be important factors or the national development.
true. earthquakes are felt whenever there is a slip around a fault in the rocks below the earth. this reorientation of faults create sesmic waves and is known as earthquake, the severity of which is measured in richter scale. these are more prominent in hilly regions as the rocks usually form faults to balance the pressures on it.