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How can we prevent a COVID-19 food crisis?

COVID-19 is amplifying the risk of a worldwide food-price spike. Image: REUTERS/Kham

Carmen M. Reinhart

Vice President and Chief Economist, World Bank Group

Rob Subbaraman

Chief Economist and Head of Global Markets Research, Nomura

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Food protectionism can result in a global food-price surge, as happened in 2010-11. Image: World Bank

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