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World trade has moved

Световната търговия се раздвижи

Japan's Ministry of Agriculture, Forestry and Fisheries (MAFF) has announced that it wants to buy a total of 88,710 tonnes of bread wheat from the United States and Canada in a regular auction that will end today (Thursday).

Japan, the world's sixth-largest wheat importer, is keeping a tight grip on imports of its second-most important commodity after rice, buying most of the grain through auctions usually published three times a month.

Bangladesh's state grain buyer also announced an international tender to buy 50,000 tonnes of bread wheat, European traders said. The deadline for submitting price offers is February 1, they added.

The price offers in the auction are sought under CIF conditions, and the delivery should be completed within 40 days from the date of signing the contract. Wheat can be shipped from anywhere in the world except Israel and is wanted for delivery to two ports, Chattogram and Mongla.

It is recalled that the state grain buyer of Bangladesh has already purchased about 100,000 tons of bread wheat in two international auctions that ended in December.

Algeria's state agency ONAB returned to the scene and announced international tenders to buy about 160,000 tonnes of feed maize and 30,000 tonnes of feed barley, European traders said.

Jordan's state grain buyer has issued an international tender to buy up to 120,000 tonnes of bread wheat that can be supplied from optional sources, European traders said. The deadline for submitting price offers in the auction is January 24.

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