7 USC 1691 - United States policy

It is the policy of the United States to use its abundant agricultural productivity to promote the foreign policy of the United States by enhancing the food security of the developing world through the use of agricultural commodities and local currencies accruing under this chapter to
(1) combat world hunger and malnutrition and their causes;
(2) promote broad-based, equitable, and sustainable development, including agricultural development;
(3) expand international trade;
(4) foster and encourage the development of private enterprise and democratic participation in developing countries; and

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(5) prevent conflicts.