Russia’s Agriculture Exports to China Increase 63%.

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By vexwift.com

After the global sanctions against Russia, the US and Europe greatly reduced trade with Russia. As an alternative, Russia sought new markets for itself and maintained its trade market.

According to the sources, Russia’s agricultural exports to China increased by 63% in the last ten months of this year. After this increase, food items in Russian exports to China came in the second place. At the first is the supply of hydrocarbons.

Farmers in France are protesting vehemently against taxes on agriculture.

Poland and Hungary will keep the ban on Ukrainian grain.

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