Russia’s invasion of Ukraine has disrupted shipping and air logistics networks, causing freight costs — already high due to the COVID-19 pandemic — to climb even higher.
More European countries have been restricting arrivals of ships at their ports, while due to the war in Ukraine many flights have been canceled, causing freight costs to soar — an increase that could in turn be reflected in the prices of daily products.
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