Indias protectionist moves spark concern rice may be next
India's curbs on wheat and sugar exports spark concern that rice may be next. Rice may be India’s next food protectionism target after it restricted wheat and sugar exports, analysts say, a move that could have a devastating impact on global food security as it’s an important staple. India’s curbs on wheat and sugar exports sent shock waves through global markets as it marked an escalation in...
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