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The effect of sanctions on food exports and agriculture

The Russian economy only accounts for 0.6% of Irish exports. Nonetheless, there will be some sect...

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07.08 2 Mar 2022


The effect of sanctions on food exports and agriculture



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07.08 2 Mar 2022


The Russian economy only accounts for 0.6% of Irish exports. Nonetheless, there will be some sectors that will be affected by sanctions and the total exclusion of Russia from the global economy in the west. One such sector would be food exports and agriculture. 

For more on this Joe was joined on the show by Phelim O’Neill, Markets Specialist with the Irish Farmers Journal.

 

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