25 April 2022
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Food inflation in MENA

A heavy reliance on imported food leaves the MENA region exposed to higher agricultural commodity prices.

By Daniel Richards

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The conflict in Ukraine has resulted in higher food prices globally as Ukrainian agricultural exports have been disrupted. Countries in the MENA region are especially vulnerable due their high share of food imports from the Black Sea region. Khatija Haque, Edward Bell and Daniel Richards discuss the food inflation dynamics in the region, the hard choices facing governments and the outlook for food prices over the next 12 months.

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Written By

Daniel Richards Senior Economist

Edward Bell Head of Market Economics

Khatija Haque Head of Research & Chief Economist


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