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Ukraine Can Continues Exports
Wed Nov 28, 2012 03:41 PM CST

MOSCOW (Dow Jones) -- Ukraine will continue to export wheat despite reaching the 5.5 million metric tonnes exports limit set by the government for the current marketing year, Deputy Agriculture Minister Ivan Bisyuk said in Kiev Wednesday, as quoted by the agriculture ministry's press service.

"We have checked our wheat balance and we have decided that we can continue wheat exports," Mr. Bisyuk said. "We will not engage in non-tariff regulation. If there's need to do that, we'll warn the market in advance, but for now there is no need to impose any curbs on the export of wheat," he ...

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