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Drought and Rain Are Reshaping Global Grain Trade Routes

Lexion combine harvesters drive through a field of wheat

BLOOMBERG, AUGUST 19, 2020 As EU crops shrink, harvest outlooks are growing elsewhere | Russia, Australia and Canada are set to boost exports By Megan Durisin and Ainslie Chandler for Bloomberg – The global wheat trade is being shaken up again after extreme weather hurt crops in the European Union while harvests are booming elsewhere. Fresh from leapfrogging Russia as the top exporter, the EU …

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SUPPLY: What Happens When Bread Is Scarce and Grain Exporters Won’t Share?

People queue to buy subsidized bread

BLOOMBERG, APRIL 21, 2020 The coronavirus has done more than disrupt supply chains, it’s restarted a discussion about self-sufficiency tinged with nationalism | At least 10 countries have introduced restrictions on overseas sales of grains or rice since mid-March By Caroline Alexander and Agnieszka de Sousa for Bloomberg – When it comes to bread, the conversation can become politically charged very quickly. From the …

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