Ukraine exports 32.5 mln tonnes of grain since start of current marketing year - Agrarian Policy Ministry
MOSCOW. March 3 (Interfax) - Ukraine has exported 32.5 million tonnes of grain since the start of the 2022-2023 marketing year on July 1, Ukrainian media reported, quoting the Agrarian Policy and Food Ministry website.
Exports as of March 3 were 24.4% lower than the 43.02 million tonnes exported in the same period of the previous marketing year.
Ukraine exported 18.8 million tonnes of corn, down 1% compared to the same period the previous year, 11.38 million tonnes of wheat, down 37.5%, 2.06 million tonnes of barley, down 63%, 16,100 tonnes of rye, down 90%, and 100,500 tonnes of flour, up 47.8%.
Ukraine has exported 247,000 tonnes of grains, including 198,000 tonnes of corn, 43,000 tonnes of wheat, 5,000 tonnes of barley, 10,100 tonnes of flour and 1,600 tonnes of rye since the beginning of March.
According to the ministry, 190,000 tonnes of grains were supplied to foreign markets on average per day between February 27 and March 3, 192,900 tonnes per day in the previous period from February 20 to 27, 165,700 tonnes per day between February 13 and February 20, 170,700 tonnes per day from February 3 to February 13, 209,400 tonnes per day from January 27 to February 3, and 121,100 tonnes per day from January 21 to 27.
Ukraine exported 48.51 million tonnes of grains and pulses in the 2021-2022 agricultural year, up 8.4% from the previous season, including 18.74 million tonnes of wheat, up 12.6%, 23.54 million tonnes of corn, up 1.9%, 5.75 million tonnes of barley, up 35.9%, and 70,900 tonnes of flour, down 44.1%.