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Market Analysis of Agricultural Supply Chain Disruptions Due to the War in Ukraine

Market Analysis of Agricultural Supply Chain Disruptions Due to the War in Ukraine

Ukraine: Impact of the war on agriculture, environment and society

April 13  Maria Mikhailova

State Biotechnological University

Penn State College of Agricultural Sciences and the Consortium for Ukrainian Rural and Agricultural Development (CURAD) are hosting a webinar series sharing local perspective on the war in Ukraine. The webinars are presented by Ukrainian academics and industry professionals who are experts in their field and on the ground in Ukraine witnessing the situation first hand.

The webinars are on Thursdays, March 16 to May 4,

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