Smallest Indian Wheat Crop in Six Years Set to Spur ImportsBy
Output to decline as El Nino-linked dry weather cuts planting
Flour mills in southern India may import wheat to bridge gap
India may harvest its smallest wheat crop in six years after two successive years of below-average monsoon rainfall stresses crops, potentially opening its doors to more imports.
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