Ukraine to Ban Wheat Exports Dec 1
Fri Nov 9, 2012 08:01 AM CST

MOSCOW (Dow Jones) -- Ukraine grain exporters have received a verbal undertaking from the agriculture ministry that 5.5 million metric tons of wheat can be exported in the current marketing year from July 1 until Dec. 1, after which the association expects a ban on wheat exports to be imposed officially, the Ukraine Grain Association said in a statement Friday.

The statement said, "We are currently acting in accordance with our verbal agreement with the agriculture ministry that 5.5 million tons of wheat can be exported until Dec. 1. Nobody is planning the export of wheat in December. We expect ...

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