Iraq was the first in the world to import grains from Turkey last January
The Chairman of the Board of Directors of the Grain Industry, Kazem Taiji, said in a report seen by Shafak News Agency; The Turkish grain industry exported quantities of grain worth 847.6 million dollars in January, an increase of 41.5 percent compared to the same month of last year 2020.
Taiji added; The grain industry exported to 190 countries during the month of January," noting that "the first four countries that we exported are Iraq with 150 million dollars, the United States with 59.5 million dollars, Syria with 43.8 million dollars, and Libya with 29 million dollars."
Taiji pointed out; He pointed out that "India and Afghanistan increased their imports of Turkish grain during the last month, and the latter increased its import by 15 times what it was in the same month last year."
Taiji drew; He pointed out that "the highest exports of cereals last January were milling products with $160.2 million, followed by the pastry sector with $145.2 million, and vegetable oils with $142.6 million," noting that "food products amounted to $89.6 million, pulses 76.18 million dollars, and sugar. And sugar products $75.5 million, oilseeds and their products $46.9 million, grains $13.9 million, and spices $3.6 million.
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