Ukraine's grain exports reach 38 million tons so far in the 2023/24 harvest

Grains, Cereal & Legumes
Market & Price Trends
Published Apr 17, 2024

Tridge summary

Ukraine has seen a slight decrease in its grain exports for the 2023/24 marketing season, with figures dropping to nearly 38 million tonnes by mid-April from 39.7 million tonnes the previous year, as reported by the Ukrainian Ministry of Agriculture. The exports include 14.8 million tonnes of wheat, 20.7 million tonnes of corn, and 2.1 million tonnes of barley. Despite this reduction, the country expects a robust harvest of 81.3 million tonnes of grains and oilseeds in 2023, projecting an exportable surplus of about 50 million tonnes for the season, maintaining its significant role in the global grain market.
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Original content

KIEV (Reuters) - Ukraine's grain exports in the July-June 2023/24 marketing season fell to almost 38 million tonnes on April 15, from 39.7 million on April 17 the previous year, data showed from the Ukrainian Ministry of Agriculture this Wednesday. Exports so far this season have included 14.8 million tonnes of wheat, 20.7 million tonnes of corn and 2.1 million tonnes of barley. Traditionally, Ukraine ships around 95% of its grain exports through its Black Sea deep-water ports. The Ukrainian ...
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