Video Period 24 minutes 55 seconds
Battle driving up prices for wheat, corn and different staple meals.
Russia’s conflict on Ukraine has created fears of a worldwide meals disaster.
The 2 nations provide a 3rd of the world’s wheat and are main exporters of barley, corn and sunflower oil.
Combating has disrupted exports, resulting in file costs for the staple commodities.
Many nations within the Center East and Africa, akin to Egypt and Yemen, rely on importing wheat from Russia and Ukraine.
So, will the upper costs put world meals safety in danger?
Presenter: Folly Bah Thibault
Patrick Mardini – Economist, Leadenhall Worldwide for Market Options
David Laborde Debucquet – Senior analysis fellow, Worldwide Meals Coverage Analysis Institute
Daragh McDowell – Geopolitical danger marketing consultant specialising in Russia and the Caucasus