Experts: Russia's Suspension of Grain Exports Will not Affect Supply Volumes
As reported on April 26, Russia suspends grain exports until July 1 to states that are not members of the Eurasian Economic Union. According to the Ministry of Agriculture of the Russian Federation, on April 26, the non-tariff quota for grain exports from Russia in the amount of 7 million tons, which was established on April 1 of this year, was selected in full.
Interviewed industry experts believe that restrictions will not affect the quality of grain and, most likely, will not be continuous. “Now it’s a very comfortable price, which has not been around for a long time - from 12 to 14 thousand rubles per ton.