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As Russia’s war rages on against Ukraine’s eastern industrial Donbas region, steel and chemical exports continue to take a hit. But as these big commodity exports whither, the country’s agricultural exports, and especially grain, are showing renewed spurts of growth. Ukraine’s grain exports increased to 40.2 million tons in the 2015–2016 marketing year, which runs from July to June next year, up from 32.3 million tons in the 2013–14 marketing year.

Ukraine’s grain exports increased to 40.2 million tons in the 2015–2016 marketing year, which runs from July to June next year, up from 32.3 million tons in the 2013–14 marketing year.

Better still, Ukraine’s grain industry has the potential to boost exports to 60 million tons within the next three to four years — if the country’s transport logistics are improved.

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