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Russia's grain exports grounded by govt curbs

STUCK: Moscow has imposed informal grain export controls with tougher quality monitoring and limits on railroad loadings earlier this month.


RUSSIA'S grain exports have stopped due to curbs brought in to protect domestic supply, putting big deals at risk, an influential farm lobby group said on Wednesday.

Russia's main wheat buyers are Turkey, Iran and, very vulnerable to supply disruption, Egypt.


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