Grain: World Markets and Trade
Foreign Agricultural Service Circular Series
A number of Balkan countries are also expected to
return as net exporters this year. Romania, which emerged as an important
purchaser of U.S. wheat last year, will have only minimal imports this year.
Bulgaria and Serbia-Montenegro are expected to have exportable surpluses,
and with the prospects for much larger harvests, the governments of both
these countries have already lifted bans on exports.
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