Vietnam has decided to resume imports of Ukrainian wheat after a two-year break
Wednesday, June 6, 2018

Vietnam has decided to resume imports of Ukrainian wheat after a two-year break

Vietnam has decided to resume imports of Ukrainian wheat after a two-year break, Ukraine’s grain traders union UZA said Tuesday. Vietnam suspended purchases of Ukrainian wheat in 2015 after it found weevils in grain shipments delivered with fake phytosanitary certificates. In April a Vietnamese delegation came to Ukraine to study phytosanitary controls here. Ukraine’s last wheat exports to Vietnam, in 2015-16, totaled 58,500 tons. Since the end of the Vietnam war in 1975, Vietnam’s population has doubled, to 96.5 million. With GDP growth rate averaging 6% over the last decade, average incomes are to hit $4,300 in 2025.

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