A European Union official warns that an upcoming Haitian ban on some Dominican Republic products will drive up prices in the impoverished country.
Alberto Navarro, head of the EU delegation in the Dominican Republic, said Tuesday that wheat, corn, bread and other affected goods could become up to 40 percent more expensive in Haiti.
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