Grain exports fell by 10%, but export revenues grew by 6% in the marketing year that ended Saturday
Tuesday, July 3, 2018

Grain exports fell by 10%, but export revenues grew by 6% in the marketing year that ended Saturday

Grain exports fell by 10%, but export revenues grew by 6% in the marketing year that ended Saturday, reports the Ministry of Agrarian Policy and Food. In the July 2017 / June 2018 marketing year, Ukraine exported 39.4 million tons of grains, down from 43.8 million tons the previous marketing year. Corn is king in the latest export lineup: corn – 17.74 million tons; wheat exports — 17.14 million tons; barley — 4.29 million tons; and rye – 36.8 tons. Sales from grain exports totaled $6.4 billion, according to the Ministry of Agrarian Policy and Food.

Previous post
The severe thunderstorms of Friday night-Saturday morning knocked out power to 384 settlements, largely in Central Ukraine.

The severe thunderstorms of Friday night-Saturday morning knocked out power to 384 settlements, largely in Central Ukraine.

Next post
About 3.2 million Ukrainians work abroad

About 3.2 million Ukrainians work abroad

Previous Main Topics