Former Soviet Union Region To Play Larger Role in Meeting World Wheat Needs

August 2010
Oregon Wheat;Aug2010, Vol. 62 Issue 4, p26
The article discusses the role of the Soviet Union on the changes in wheat production and market forces. Based on the wheat report of the U.S. Department of Agriculture, wheat exports will increase by 50 percent in 2019. The two main reasons why Ukraine, Russia, and Kazakhstan have become large wheat exporters are the transition of the regions from planned to market-oriented economies and the increased wheat yield output during the 2000s.


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