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Russia to Collect 95 mln Tons of Grain
6.10.2011 17:14
Russia to Collect 95 mln Tons of Grain

Russia is to collect more than 95 mln tons of grain. Earlier the Ministry of Agriculture forecast only 90 mln tons of the grain harvest in the current year.

      
The grain export may make up 25-30 mln tons, informed the Russian Grain Union. By the October 3, Russia has exported 9.1 mln tons of grain.

      
The grain from about 88% of all sown territories has been collected, what have provided for 90 mln tons of grain. It is 30 mln more than last year. It may help Russia to satisfy its own needs, to make some reserves and to restore its positions in the world market.

      

www.lenta.ru


Author: Irina Fomina

Tags: Russian business     

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