Ukraine: Barley exports forecast for 202/21 increased to 4.15 mln tonnes
Ukraine's agriculture ministry has increased forecast for 2020/21 barley exports to 4.15 million tonnes from the previous outlook of 4.0 million, the ministry's data showed on May 22.
The data show a decrease in domestic consumption makes the higher exports available.
The ministry also revised up overall grain export outlook for the current season to 45.817 million tonnes from 45.667 million tonnes.
It left unchanged forecast for wheat and corn exports at 17.5 million tonnes and 23.5 million tonnes respectively.
The ministry said on Friday Ukrainian grain exports had fallen by about 23.3% to 40.85 million tonnes so far this season.
The volume included 15.6 million tonnes of wheat, 20.4 million tonnes of corn and 4.14 million tonnes of barley.
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