Jordan stepped up barley imports from Russia by 12%


According to preliminary data from trade sources, Russia exported 3.44 MMT of barley in July-January 2018/19 (including Customs Union countries), or 10% less than in the same period last season, reports UkrAgroConsult.

In July-January 2018/19, Russia reduced barley shipments to markets such as Saudi Arabia (-9%), Iran (-38%) and Turkey (-23%) compared with a year ago.

At the same time, strengthening demand for Russian barley is observed in the European Union, which already imported 154.5 KMT at the time against 68.6 KMT in July-January 2017/18.

In addition, a substantial rise happened in deliveries to Jordan – the country purchased 464.7 KMT of Russian barley in the reporting period, or already 12% more than in the whole of MY 2017/18.

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