Indonesia sourced more than a quarter of its $2.05bn worth of wheat imports from Russia and Ukraine in 2019 © Photo by Liu Wenhua/China News Service via Getty Images
Indonesia sourced more than a quarter of its $2.05bn worth of wheat imports from Russia and Ukraine in 2019 © Photo by Liu Wenhua/China News Service via Getty Images

How Russia-Ukraine war will hit Asian food prices

9 March 2022

Ukraine’s decision to ban exports of several grains and other food staples is likely to further tighten supply chains in some Asian countries.

On Wednesday (9 March), Kyiv banned exports of rye, barley, buckwheat, millet, sugar, salt and meat until the end of 2022, according to Reuters.

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