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Egypt purchases 240,000 tons of Romanian, Ukrainian wheat

MENA , Saturday 13 Apr 2019
File photo: A farmer harvests wheat in a field at El-Menoufia governorate, about 99 km (62 miles) north of Cairo on April 23, 2013 (Photo: Reuters)
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Egypt’s General Authority for Supply Commodities said on Friday it had signed contracts to import 240,000 tons of wheat from Romania and Ukraine.

Egypt will import 180,000 tons of wheat from Romania and 60,000 tons from Ukraine, GASC said in a statement after an international bid on Friday.

The quantities will be delivered from 20 May to 5 June, it added.

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