Focus on Russia | 2021-03-08 | World Grain
Russia has become the world’s leading wheat exporter, but the country has moved to limit the amount shipped abroad in an effort to dampen prices on its home market. The country’s production remains subject to the variations in its harsh winters. In a Grain Market Report published on Jan. 14, the International Grains Council (IGC) put total Russian grains production in 2020-21 at 125.6 million tonnes, up on its previous estimate of 125.1 million, published on Nov. 26, 2020. It put the previous year’s crop . . .
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