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Could goods and imports be a cause for concern during Russia-Ukraine war?

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Jason Jones, Department of Economics.

To get a read on how the Ukraine-Russia conflict will impact the U.S. in terms of food supply, FOX Carolina turned to Furman University’s Jason Jones, professor of economics. He explained that the U.S. is “fairly insulated” from food shortages and higher prices that come with them since the U.S. imports very little in the way of agricultural products from Russia.

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