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Russian wheat shipments falter while Ukraine ramps up exports

Ukraine’s government hopes shipments will pick up with time as sluggish Russian wheat exports add pressure to global supplies amid droughts elsewhere in the world.

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Russia is struggling to export its record wheat crop, just as the opening of a safe corridor supports an uptick in shipments from the country it invaded just over six months ago.

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