Ukraine Grain Exports Up 34% on Year
Mon Jan 20, 2014 03:52 PM CST

MOSCOW (Dow Jones) -- Ukraine exported 20.5 million metric tons of grain between the beginning of the current marketing year--July 1, 2013--and Jan. 17, 34% more than in the corresponding period a year earlier, the agriculture ministry said Monday.

Wheat exports to date totaled 6.94 million tons. The total figure of exported wheat included 5.62 million tons of milling wheat. Barley exports to date totaled 2.07 million tons, and corn exports 11.33 million tons.

The agriculture ministry said earlier that Ukraine's grain exports in the July 2013-June 2014 marketing year were likely to rise to 32.5 million tons from about ...

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