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First half of autumn sees 10.4 million tonnes shipped from Ukraine

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    Publisher Milling & Grain
    Year of publication 2022
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    Medium Digital
    Edition1
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    Contemporary news > 2022
    Economics & commerce > Feeding the World

    Scope & contentIn one and a half months of autumn, Ukraine shipped 10.4 million tonnes of grain, legumes, oil crops and their processing products. This is one million tonnes more than for the entire summer of 2022. In particular, in 16 days of October, 3.6 million tonnes of grain left Ukraine. In just 7.5 months, 23 million tonnes of This month, for the first time since the beginning of the war, wheat took the lead in terms of supplies, while corn, which had been the leading export in recent months, took second place. Thus, the volume of shipped wheat as of October 16 is 1149 million tonnes, which is 100,000 tonnes more than in mid-September. 1089 million tonnes of corn were also shipped, which is 300,000 tonnes less than in the previous half of the month.

    In total, since the beginning of the war, 4.6 million tonnes of wheat and corn have been shipped from Ukraine, almost twice as much…Read more.

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