NEWS
Wed Jul 31, 2013 10:43 AM CDT

DAILY SALES PENDING

DATE PRODUCT BUYER QUANTITY DELIVERY COMMENTS
7/8/2013 Wheat Flour Maldives 6,000 mt Unknown Optional Origin due 8/06
7/25/2013 Wheat Iraq 50,000 mt Unknown U.S./Australia/Canada 8/4
7/25/2013 Mill Wheat Syria 200,000 mt Unknown Due 8/19
7/29/2013 Wheat Jordan 100,000 mt Unknown Optional Origin due 8/06
7/30/2013 Mill Wheat Japan 178,212 mt 9/21-11/30 U.S./Canada/Australia

NEW SALES FOR 07/31/13

EGYPT -- Purchased 240 TMT of Romanian and Ukrainian-origin wheat for shipment Sep 11-20; 120 TMT of Romanian wheat was bought at $252.34 FOB; and 120 TMT of Ukrainian wheat at $252.50 FOB.

SINGAPORE -- South Korea's largest animal feed manufacturer, ...

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