Ghana: Grain and Feed Annual

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U.S. rice stands to make gains in MY 2019/20 as the Government of Ghana (GoG) announces a 50 percent downward review of import benchmarks at the ports. Post forecasts Ghana’s MY 2019/20 rice production at 470,000 metric tons (MT), an increase of nearly 4 percent over Post’s MY 2018/19 estimate. Post projects MY 2019/20 wheat and rice imports at 900,000 MT and 700,000 MT, respectively.

Ghana: Grain and Feed Annual

 

 

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