Egypt buys RON 16.6 M-worth of wheat from Romania

Egypt, the world’s biggest wheat importer, made another purchase from Romania, buying 60,000 tonnes of grain from the company Ameropa and paying USD 278/tonne, according to the General Authority for Supply Commodities from Egypt (GASC). The total price of the purchase is thus USD 16.6 M. GASC bought a total 240,000 tonnes of wheat, out of which 60,000 come from Romania and the rest from Russia. Egypt announced, in July, it may include Romania and Ukraine on its list of official wheat-suppliers, depending of the quality of the harvest and on the respective countries’ capacity to ensure long-term stable deliveries.

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