Egypt Said to Reject 8,000 Tons of Canadian Wheat a Second TimeBy and
Agriculture quarantine rejected cargo on ergot fungus levels
``Egypt will have to pay more," Hakan CEO Hakan Bahceci says
Egypt rejected a cargo of Canadian wheat for a second time due to a dispute over the level of ergot fungus, deepening a standoff with traders now reluctant to sell the grain to the world’s largest importer.
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