Ukrainian wheat: Results of the 2020/21 export season
2020/21 Ukrainian wheat exports totaled 16.66 MMT, or 19% less than a year ago, but 7% more than in MY 2018/19.
Since the April resumption of wheat imports from Ukraine, Indonesia had been buying the highest monthly volumes, and its share in Ukrainian exports closed the season up at 16%, UkrAgroConsult reports.
The second biggest buyer in June was Turkey (77 KMT) that made this country the sixth top importer of wheat from Ukraine. The Philippines failed to become one of the 2020/21 top-10 importers of Ukrainian wheat, though the country was the third biggest buyer last season, with a 5% share.
Apart from the Philippines, the following countries also reduced purchases in MY 2020/21 compared to MY 2019/20: Indonesia (-13%), Egypt (-35%), Bangladesh (-51%), Turkey (-43%), Yemen (-10%), Tunisia (-30%).
The following countries increased demand in MY 2020/21: Morocco (+70%), the EU (+27%), Libya (+4%).
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