Russia: Russia Introduces New Agricultural Export Restrictions

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Recent measures intended to dampen domestic food price increases by inhibiting grain exports were adjusted by Decree #33 signed on January 23, 2021. Decree #33 increased the within-quota export duty on wheat from March 1 to June 30 from 25 to 50 euros/ton. The decree also increased the within-quota export duties on corn and barley from zero to (25 euros/ton and 10 euros/ton, respectively, from March 15 until June 30 2021.

Russia: Russia Introduces New Agricultural Export Restrictions

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