In the media | 01 Dec 2022

Nikkei Asia: Southeast Asian leaders must take more care with food policy

James Lambert, Director of Economic Consulting for Asia and Thang Nguyen, Lead Economist Macro Consulting at Oxford Economics discuss export bans, new taxes and subsidy cuts that challenge the vital industrial sector with Nikkei Asia

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