Russia may significantly increase the supply of powdered milk and processed cheese to Oman

Updated Aug 15, 2020
According to the organization, the estimated potential for increasing the supply of Russian agricultural products to Oman exceeds $ 500 million. In the first seven months of 2020, Russia exported foodstuffs worth $ 75 million to Oman, which is 3.4 times more than the same period last year. The main agricultural commodity shipped to the sultanate is traditionally wheat, sales of which this year increased to 329 thousand tons against 96 thousand tons in January-July 2019. Despite this, due to the diversification of export supplies, the share of cereals in the total volume decreased from 95% to 91%. This year, Russia began exporting corn to Oman, sending the first 18 thousand tons in June-July. After more than a two-year hiatus, supplies of sunflower oil were resumed: in April, 3 thousand tons were shipped, which was the first delivery since December 2017. Russia also exported poultry meat, tobacco, drinks, buckwheat and alcohol to Oman. Despite the fact that Oman has the highest ...
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