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More Wheat From India
Wed Nov 28, 2012 03:50 PM CST

SINGAPORE (Dow Jones) -- India is expected to allow more wheat to be exported from government stocks to clear storage space for the next harvest and take advantage of rising international prices, officials from state-run trading companies said Wednesday.

So far, the government has allowed 2 million metric tonnes to be exported from state reserves.

Additional volumes will be released from government stocks by the time the 2 million tonnes are exported, said one of the officials, who declined to be named.

The officials, speaking on the sidelines of an international grain conference, said around 3 million tonnes of wheat ...

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