NEWS
Tue Nov 13, 2012 09:28 AM CST

KIEV (AFP -- Dow Jones) -- Ukraine won't suspend or limit wheat exports this year, the prime minister said Tuesday, contradicting comments by his own agriculture minister that sparked deep concern in Europe.

"There will be no embargo or restrictions," Prime Minister Mykola Azarov said in an interview with AFP and a handful of other media outlets.

"We have good stockpiles and a good harvest forecast for next year," he added.

Ukraine's agriculture minister set European Union alarm bells ringing last month by declaring that a cold winter and subsequent summer drought would force the country once known as the ...

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