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The Ukraine Report: Russian attacks skyrockets the price of ag goods

It has been eight weeks since Russia blew up some electric power plants in Ukraine. One of the many consequences of the attack was the loss of grain. It has also made the prices of vegetables increase by 200 percent.

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That report was powered by Latifundist Media, with USAID support provided through Agriculture Growing Rural Opportunities (AGRO) Activity implemented in Ukraine by Chemonics International. For more information, visit their website or follow them on social media.

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