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Food Prices Conduit For Eurozone Supply Shocks

Tomas Dvorak, Senior Economist, Oxford Economist

20-May-24 08:30

Food Prices Conduit For Eurozone Supply Shocks

The Eurozone remains vulnerable to global supply shocks, including through rising food prices resulting from climate change and extreme weather patterns. How should the European Central Bank (ECB) navigate these headwinds? Economist Tomas Dvorak of Oxford Economics weighs in. 

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Produced by: Tun Hizami Hashim

Presented by: Shazana Mokhtar, Keith Kam


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Tags:  commodity fluctuationsglobal food priceseurozoneecbinflationsupply shocks





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