In the media | 14 Apr 2022

BFM Radio: Feeling The Pinch From Food Prices?

Asian food

Priyanka Kishore, Head of India and Southeast Asia Economics at Oxford Economics joins Shazana Mokhtar, Tan Chen Li and Khoo Hsu Chuang from BFM’s Morning Brief to discuss how food inflation in Asia has risen due to the conflict in Ukraine, how long this will last and the implications on food security.

Listen to the full interview below:

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