Russia Wheat Aid to Syria Risks Cutting Demand Amid Global GlutBy
Offering grain from Russian stocks may remove Syria as a buyer
MidEast country needs to import 1.3 million tons, USDA says
A Russian proposal to use its wheat stockpiles to supply aid to Syria may cut demand in the international market from the Middle Eastern country that’s estimated at more than 1 million metric tons this season.
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