Russia-Ukraine war rattles stretched supply chains

Big providers: Farmers are seen harvesting wheat in Russia. Both Russia and Ukraine are significant agriculture producers and their combined wheat, barley and maize exports comprise 21% of the global total. — AP

RUSSIAN troops’ recent shelling of Europe’s largest nuclear power station in Ukraine shows that the nine-day war could get out of control and possibly turn into a nuclear nightmare for the rest of the world.

The geopolitical tensions between both the countries accompanied with extensive sanctions would add more chaos to the stretched global supply chains, disrupting the supply of goods such as natural gas, critical metals and agriculture products.

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