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Product strategy. Can import substitution save from problems in world trade caused by the coronavirus pandemic? Rod Tuvaev
May 16, 2020

At the beginning of the coronavirus pandemic, many laughed at people buying toilet paper and pasta. But now food is being bought up by nations, and it's no longer funny. For fear of not being able to keep up with the soaring demand for food, governments began buying cereals and other agricultural products just like their citizens before quarantine. As a result, food suppliers have chosen to be reinsured and have imposed restrictions on exports. So the situation is better for agrarian powers, which grow most of the food within their country? Rod Tuvaev's opinion in "Agrotechnics and Technologies".

Author: Tuvaev Rod, Head of Sanctions Law Practice Alliance Legal CG. Of counsel on Export Control, Sanction & Trade Compliance
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