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A deep dive into supply-chain links with Russia

While supply-chain links between the EU and Russia and Ukraine are small, shortages of seemingly obscure inputs can cause significant disruption, and add to price pressures, if alternatives cannot be sourced quickly. Aside from the most energy-intensive sectors, vehicle production seems most exposed. In view of the wider interest, we are also sending this European Economics Update to clients of our Emerging Europe and Nordic & Swiss Services.

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