Ukraine has a window to sell wheat to Saudi Arabia for the first time in two years
Ukraine has a window to sell wheat to Saudi Arabia for the first time in two years, according to analysis by APK-Inform. Low wheat harvests in Germany and Poland and Riyadh’s decision to cancel grain imports from Canada open doors for Ukraine. “Ukraine had no wheat supplies Saudi Arabia in the 2017/18 season, but in the current situation this market can be quite promising for Ukrainian grain exporters,” the news agency writes. Responding to Canadian criticism of Saudi human rights policies, the kingdom last week expelled Canada’s ambassador and suspended all business and trade between the two countries.