Russian wheat export prices were stable last week due to concerns over dry weather, analysts said on Monday. Black Sea prices for the new crop of Russian wheat were at $200 a tonne on a free on board (FOB) basis at the end of last week, unchanged from a week earlier, the IKAR agriculture consultancy said in a note.
As the era of industrial agreements draws to a close, Russia’s government is shifting its focus from boosting domestic vehicle demand to encouraging exports
Russia has so much wheat that it can’t export it all via the usual methods, so shippers are increasingly turning to a once-rare technique to get more grain on boats.
According to the trade mission’s statistics, the most dramatic growth, of more than 600%, was reported in the sector of leguminous crops
More and more Russian agricultural products are finding their way into the Vietnamese market, according to the Russian Export Centre in Vietnam.