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Home > Publications > PISM Policy Papers > PISM Policy Paper no. 18 (101): Can You Spare Some Food? An Assessment of Russia’s Search for Replacements of Embargoed States

PISM Policy Paper no. 18 (101): Can You Spare Some Food? An Assessment of Russia’s Search for Replacements of Embargoed States

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30 October 2014

The next issue of PISM Policy Papers by Patryk Toporowski

By introducing a one-year embargo on the import of some food and agricultural products, Russia will have to substitute old channels for new ones on an unprecedented scale. With the exception of Belarus, there are few options to increase imports from suppliers close to Russia’s biggest cities. Within the country’s broader neighbourhood, China and Turkey offer some potential, whereas Latin America would be considered a more distant source for food. However, the change in trade patterns would have its price. Not only will Russia risk growing inflation but also it will increase its dependency on China, which can settle for good Moscow’s role as a minor partner of Beijing.   
     

 


 
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