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Russia January Grain Exports Down
Wed Feb 12, 2014 07:32 AM CST

MOSCOW (Dow Jones) -- Russia in January exported 1.15 million metric tons of grain compared with 2.43 million tons in December as adverse weather conditions disrupted loading at the country's sea ports, the agriculture ministry said Wednesday.

The volume of grain exported in January was about 2.6 times the amount exported in January 2013.

In January the export of wheat totaled 680,000 tons, down from 1.53 million tons in December, the export of barley fell to 35,000 tons from 137,000 tons in December. The export of corn fell to 408,000 tons from 682,000 tons in December.

Altogether Russia exported about ...

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