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Egypt has arrested all Russian wheat.
13.05.2009 20:08
Egypt has arrested all Russian wheat.

The Prosecutor General's Office of Egypt arrested all imported Russian wheat Agence France-Presse says. Russian wheat was arrested at the ports and regions because of the complaint about its illegal import. The complaint that wheat was not tested and does not satisfy the quality requirements got to the Prosecutor. The president of Russian grain growing stated that the producers should rise up the gain quality. The control of exported gain is also rather low to keep our gain a competitive product in the world market. Egypt is the biggest importer of Russian gain, Russia deliver about two tree million ton of gain a year.
      
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