Lloyd’s model shows Greater China and APAC most exposed in food supply shock scenario

A model created by Lloyd's predicts that a food supply shock event could result in between US$3 trillion to US$18 trillion in global economic losses, with Greater China and APAC most vulnerable.

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Lloyds model shows greater china and apac most exposed in food supply shock scenario
Lloyds model shows greater china and apac most exposed in food supply shock scenario
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Lloyds model shows greater china and apac most exposed in food supply shock scenario

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