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India should keep lid on wheat exports to replenish local stocks

Exports of the grain from India, the world#39;s second biggest producer, surged after Russia#39;s invasion of Ukraine boosted global prices, but a sudden rise in temperatures in March 2022 shrivelled the crop and cut yields, pushing local prices higher.

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​ Exports of the grain from India, the world#39;s second biggest producer, surged after Russia#39;s invasion of Ukraine boosted global prices, but a sudden rise in temperatures in March 2022 shrivelled the crop and cut yields, pushing local prices higher. Exports of the grain from India, the world#39;s second biggest producer, surged after Russia#39;s invasion of Ukraine boosted global prices, but a sudden rise in temperatures in March 2022 shrivelled the crop and cut yields, pushing local prices higher.  Moneycontrol Latest News Read More  

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