The World Bank recently estimated that for every 1% increase in global food prices, nearly 10million people will fall into "extreme poverty" with a daily living cost of less than $1.9 (about 12.65 yuan).
Kyodo News Agency reported on June 6 that the impact of the conflict between Russia and Ukraine had led to a rise in food prices. The world bank sounded an alarm about the expansion of the crisis, saying that "the poorer the people, the higher the proportion of food in household consumption, the higher the price will be impacted".
In an interview with Kyodo news agency, economists of the world bank pointed out that "the impact will occur all over the world, and Japan (mainly low-income people) will also be impacted". The food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO) announced on June 3 that the world food price index in May rose 22.8% year-on-year.
The World Bank estimates that the number of people living in extreme poverty in the world is expected to reach 656million to 676million in 2022. Before the outbreak of the COVID-19, the world bank had predicted that the number of people would be reduced to 581million in 2022, but this estimate increased by 75million to 95million. The reasons behind this include the economic deterioration in Eastern Europe caused by the Ukrainian crisis, the rise in food prices caused by the conflict between Russia and Ukraine, the main wheat producers, and the rise in fertilizer prices.
The world bank said that if the food price rise rate is further accelerated than expected, the number of people living in extreme poverty may increase by about 10million for every 1% of the price rise.
World Bank economists stressed that "it is crucial for developed countries to continue to support the poorest countries through development assistance". They believe that the 36 countries in sub Saharan Africa, which are particularly seriously affected, will see food related price increases double that of other commodities.
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Overview of market area prospect of viral extraction kit
By region, the market is segmented into North America, Europe, Asia Pacific, Latin America, and the Middle East and Africa (MEA). North America is further divided into countries such as the United States and Canada. The European region is further divided into The United Kingdom, France, Germany, Italy, Spain, Russia and the rest of Europe. The Asia Pacific region is further subdivided into China, Japan, Korea, India, Australia, Southeast Asia and the rest of Asia Pacific. The Latin America region is further subdivided into Brazil, Mexico and the rest of Latin America, and the MEA region is further divided into GCC, Turkey, South Africa and the rest of MEA.
Market Demand of the viral extraction kit
The DNA/RNA Extraction Kit market and other viral extraction kits are projected to grow at a CAGR of 8.26% during the forecast period 2022-2027.
The COVID-19 pandemic has impacted the viral extraction kit market for a short time due to restrictions on different business and research activities for viral extraction kits. In addition, diagnostic tests for other diseases and medical conditions in hospitals and other clinical diagnostic facilities have been affected as COVID-19 has led to fewer patients taking tests. However, the high rate of COVID-19 infection and research activities are undertaken by major companies in the field of sequencing to expand their understanding of the virus and its origins, as well as molecular diagnostics of the SARS-COV-2 virus, have led to the development and launch of many DNA - and RNA-BASED COVID-19 kits, The kits proved so important that they were in great demand.
Market drivers for the viral extraction kit
The growth of the DNA/RNA extraction kit market is primarily driven by increased investment in R&D activities in different areas, including molecular diagnostics for different chronic and infectious diseases. For example, the US spent $842 billion on R&D activities in 2020, followed by China at $664 billion, according to the ORGANISATION for Economic Co-operation and Development. Technological advances worldwide, new product launches by major market players, and an increase in cancer cases are also likely to complement the growth of the markets under study.
Other factors, such as increased demand for automation of DNA/RNA extraction technologies, new user-friendly and easy extraction kits, and DNA/RNA for analysis of new diseases causing microorganisms, are expected to drive DNA/RNA growth. RNA Extraction Kit market during the forecast period. Therefore, low awareness and availability of the kit and low market penetration in less developed and developing regions around the world are the major factors limiting the growth of the DNA/RNA extraction kit market.
North America is expected to dominate the global viral extraction kit market during the forecast period
North America, which holds a major share in the viral extraction kit market, is expected to show a similar trend during the forecast period, mainly due to the high level of R&D activity in the region and the presence of major market players in the region constantly developing their products for the markets studied.
In the region, the US is expected to take a major share of the DNA/RNA extraction kit market due to heavy investment in R&D by government and private entities, increased demand for viral extraction kits, and the rising prevalence of chronic diseases.
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