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Ukraine war will push up euro-zone food inflation

Food inflation in the euro-zone is on the rise and the war in Ukraine will make matters worse. While policymakers might normally “look through” a period of high food inflation, with the headline rate already high there is a risk that rapid increases in food prices feed through to higher inflation expectations.

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