Ukraine scrambles to store grain as Russian export blockade kicks in


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Ukraine — the world’s fourth-largest grain exporter — has 30 million metric tons (33 million tons) of grain in storage waiting for export and farmers are now scrambling to build temporary storage, but time is short. 

In July, Ukrainian farmers start the summer harvest, but many fear they will not have anywhere to store the new grain in September if Russia’s export blockade is not lifted in time.

The consulting firm APK-Inform estimates that an extra 40…



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