Wed 5 Nov, 2003 12:23 pm
Since mid-October, the purchase prices of wheat, corn and paddy rice have soared by up to US$14.50 per ton, subsequently driving up the prices of salad oil, meat and other finished products in major cities.
The bump of grain prices -- for the first time since 1997 -- is a long-anticipated boon for farmers, Han said.
Largely due to low grain purchase prices, farmers, especially those in the more underdeveloped countryside areas, reap little money from sales of their products after deducting expenditures on fertilizers and payments for taxes and other fees.
Is the Rhetoric of the Writting Fine? Or just so-so, even crappy?
TIA for you analysis.
Oristar, I'm not sure what you mean by rhetoric. But the writing (one T) is okay.
Roberta, do you mean "the writting has expressed something to a T"?
The rhetoric here means:
The art or study of using language effectively and persuasively.
First things first. The word "writing" has one T, not two.
The rhetoric is fine. The writing is clear.