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Egypt's strategic wheat reserves enough to last until mid-January 2017: Minister

Reuters , Tuesday 28 Jun 2016
A farmer tends to a wheat farm in the El-Dakahlia governorate (Reuters)
A farmer tends to a wheat farm in the El-Dakahlia governorate (Reuters)
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Egypt, the world's biggest buyer of wheat, has enough strategic reserves of the commodity to last until mid-January 2017, Supply Minister Khaled Hanafi said on Tuesday.

Egypt said, this month, it received 5 million tonnes of wheat from local farmers since the start of its harvest season on April 15, more than its target of 4 million tonnes. 

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