Since the war in Ukraine broke out in Europe, its consequences and side effects have been reverberating across African countries. Rising food and energy prices, supply disruptions, and inflationary pressures have created additional challenges on the road for a post-pandemic economic recovery the continent painstakingly embarked upon, in what UN Secretary General Antonio Guterres called a 'perfect storm'.
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L’economia è colpita dal conflitto ma Il Cairo gioca meglio le sue carte nell'equilibrio geopolitico tra Mosca e Washington. In attesa di COP27 a Sharm-El-Sheik.
War between Russia and Ukraine has put the Egyptian economy under pressure. Last month, the Egyptian government announced it had requested the International Monetary Fund (IMF)’s support to mitigate the shocks the country’s economy has endured since the eruption of the war.
In Tunisian supermarkets, customers cannot buy more than three kilos of flour. Shelves often remain empty for days. And when the flour comes in, it is gone within minutes. Since the beginning of Ramadan, Tunisians have been waiting in line every morning for bread; with bakeries starting to ration it. Baguettes have become smaller and thinner, and semolina is often used instead of wheat. Bakers say they demand their usual supply of flour but receive less.
The breakout of the conflict in Ukraine and the following imposition of heavy Western sanctions on Russia are causing sharp price increases in food and energy commodities —of which both Ukraine and Russia represent key exporters — as well as disruptions to global supply chains, impacting the post-pandemic economic recovery.
The conflict in Ukraine weighs today on world food security, due to the significant role that Russia and Ukraine play in international agricultural markets. Today, a third of the world's wheat export,
80% of sunflower oil exports, and 19% of corn exports are disrupted by the paralysis of production and transport in the Black Sea basin.
I comuni rivestono un ruolo determinante nell’attuazione del Piano Nazionale di Ripresa e Resilienza (PNRR). A questi spetta l’attuazione di investimenti per una contropartita di almeno 30 miliardi (e fino a 50, dipendentemente dalle modalità di attuazione decise dalle amministrazioni centrali).
Il conflitto amplifica il trend al rialzo. Oltre a inflazione, sanzioni e shock di offerta, anche instabilità politica. Si va verso un "gold standard" delle materie prime.
Russia’s war against Ukraine has dramatically changed not only the life of Ukrainians and Russians, but of Europeans, too. Many things that seemed impossible just before February 24th, 2022 now look more than probable. Among them is Ukraine’s EU membership.
Constant talks and fears of a new war in Bosnia and Herzegovina (BiH) alongside the country’s worsening political situation are not the sole reason why 23-year-old Sarajevan activist and marketing management student Kerim is moving to Berlin in a couple of months.