Ghana: Grain and Feed Annual

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Post predicts Ghana’s MY 2020/21 wheat and rice imports at 990,000 and 950,000 metric tons (MT), respectively. Rice production is forecast at 500,000 MT for MY 2020/21, up six percent from a year prior. While both wheat and rice imports continue to trend upwards, the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic begins to be realized as rice shipments to Ghanaian importers are cancelled by suppliers from Vietnam, leaving the importers to contemplate other sources of supply.

Ghana: Grain and Feed Annual

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