Explainer: Moscow's Food War With West Could Hurt Russia Most

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Moscow's sweeping ban on food imports is meant as a slap in the face to Western powers for imposing sanctions on Moscow over Ukraine.  But the ban is also causing food prices to rise in Russia, which is a major importer of food and has few immediate supply alternatives.

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RFE/RL's Russian Service correspondent Natalya Golitsyna in London contributed to this report.

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Explainer: Moscow's Food War With West Could Hurt Russia Most

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