One year after Russia’s invasion of Ukraine, the geopolitical, macroeconomic, and market fallouts continue to reverberate around the globe. Whilst these have been most apparent in Europe due to its close ties to Russia, the conflict has had ongoing implications worldwide and has put existing trade-frictions under further pressure.
Swaha Pattanaik talks to Mahmood Pradhan, head of global macroeconomics at the Amundi Institute, to discuss some of the likely developments in the conflict over the short and medium term, how Europe has been reshaped by the crisis and the wider impact on global supply chains and globalisation as a whole.
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