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Russia’s biggest grain freight operator postpones share sale

Russian rail operator RusTransCom, specialising on transportation of grain, mineral fertilisers, and timber, has postponed its plans to hold an IPO, the company said in a statement. Previously the company unveiled its plans to hold an IPO at the London Stock Exchange and hopes to raise $300mn, which would make the first IPO of a Russian company in almost two …

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Russian traders establish new union of grain exporters

Major grain traders in Russia have agreed to create a new exporters’ association, called the Russian Union of Grain Exporters. “Its creation will help to improve the coordination of grain exporters among themselves and with government authorities,” the founders said in their statement. Russia’s largest traders are creating a new union of grain exporters. Aston JSC, Glencore Agro IGC, OZK-Yug …

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Tehran in talks with Russia to import wheat to ship as flour

Secretary General of Iran Federation of Food Industry Associations Kaveh Zargaran said Tehran is negotiating a wheat import deal with Russia that would allow it to increase flour exports to neighboring Iraq by private sector. The deal would involve importing around 100,000 tonnes of Russian wheat per month. Iran is holding talks to import 1 million tons of wheat from …

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Russia To Be Leading Grain Exporter

Russia, which has been increasing its grain exports since the beginning of the 21st century, is getting ready to become the top grain exporter for the first time after a century. Moscow is heading towards infrastructure and the increase seems to sustain. Russia, one of the world’s leading grain producers, has increased its exports nearly thirty-five times in the last …

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