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Ukraine Grain Exports Update
Mon May 20, 2013 11:27 AM CDT

MOSCOW (Dow Jones) -- Ukraine is likely to export 2.97 million metric tons of grain in May and June, the two remaining months of the current marketing year, which began in July 2012, the economic development and trade ministry said Monday.

The ministry said it would be reasonable to expect Ukraine to export in May and June 184,000 tons of wheat, 73,000 tons of barley, 2.33 million tons of corn and 74,000 tons of rye.

The ministry said Ukraine's grain exports between July 1, 2012 and April 30 this year totaled 21.5 million tons, including 6.83 million tons of wheat, ...

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