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Millet: production doubles in the Ukraine

February 11, 2020 9:47 AM, Der AUDITOR
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KIEV/FRANKFURT: APK-Inform estimates the 2019 production in the Ukraine at 159,000 metric tonnes. Production has in others words doubled over 2018. Consequently...

... this season's prices are so attractive that they have prompted exports from the Ukraine to range two and a half times higher in September-December 2019 than in the same period in 2018. As reported by APK-Inform, overseas shipments range at 39,000 metric tonnes, whereas exports only reached 16,400 metric tonnes in 2018. Exports are expected to rise to 70,000 metric tonnes this season. total shipments ranged at 25,000 metric tonnes in 2018/2019. The most important export destinations include Poland, the UK and Germany and the Netherlands. While shipments to Poland (+6.2% to 5,900 mt), the

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