Commerce curtain

16 Mar 2022 By Gina Chon

The country that was a trade minnow during the Cold War became a big commodities exporter. That’s why the isolation of an economy smaller than Texas is pushing up global prices of energy, wheat and other goods. Though some countries can help fill the gap, consumers will suffer.

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