Russia's chief farmer calls for grain export duties to be zeroed out

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Published Feb 28, 2024

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Vladimir Plotnikov, President of AKKOR, has urged for the removal of the export duty in Russia, citing the worsening economic conditions of many farms despite an eightfold increase in grain production since 2000. The issue of price disparity in the agricultural industry was also underscored as a significant problem by Alexei Gordeev, Deputy Chairman of the State Duma of the Russian Federation.
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In the Russian Federation, the export duty needs to be zeroed out, said Vladimir Plotnikov, President of AKKOR, member of the Expert Council of the National Agrarian Agency, at the opening of the anniversary XXXV Congress of the Association in Moscow. According to Plotnikov, the gross volume of grain production in peasant farms has increased eightfold since 2000. At the same time, the economic situation of many farms has seriously deteriorated. This topic, apparently, will become the leitmotif of the current ...
Source: Rosng
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