In the media | 03 Aug 2022

BFM Radio: Food Inflation Cannot Be Avoided

Priyanka Kishore, Head of India and Southeast Asia Economics at Oxford Economics, joins Wong Shou Ning and Philip See from BFM’s Morning Brief. They discuss the impact of the latest agreement signed by Russia and Ukraine that will clear the way for the export of grain on food prices as well as food inflation in the world.

Listen to the full interview below:

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