Jordan Risks Wheat Shortage as Sellers Hide, Migrants Increase

  • Jordan failing to attract sellers after Polish wheat rejected
  • Influx of migrants may also help trigger shortfalls: Solaris

Syrian refugees, who fled the deadly conflict in their country, walk past pre-fabricated buildings at Azraq refugee camp on April 28, 2015 in Jordan, some 100 kilometres (60 miles) east of Amman.

Photographer: Khalil Mazraawi/AFP via Getty Images

Jordan risks facing wheat shortages because the Middle Eastern nation is struggling to lure sellers just as an influx of migrants from Syria and Iraq swells the population.

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