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Africa’s palm oil fallout from Ukraine war

By Reuters
28 April 2022   |   3:46 pm
Thousands of miles from Ukraine's battlefields, millions of Africans are feeling the impact as the chaos on the global commodities markets hits goods like palm oil.

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