NEWS
Mon Mar 24, 2014 10:29 AM CDT

MOSCOW (Dow Jones) -- Russia's grain export between July 1, the beginning of the current marketing year, and March 19, totaled 19.786 million metric tons, an increase of 40.8% on the year, the agriculture ministry reported Monday.

The exported grains included 14.584 million tons of wheat, 2.902 million tons of corn, 2.063 million tons of barley and 237,000 tons of other minor grains.

The statistics service said 954,000 tons of grain were exported between March 1 and March 19, including 503,000 tons of wheat, 390,000 tons of corn, 53,000 tons of barley and 8,000 tons of other minor grains.

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