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If an agreement hammered out last week between Russia and Ukraine with the help of Turkey can be successfully implemented and grain exports from Ukraine’s Black Sea ports are resumed, pressure in the global crops market will be eased.

Ukraine is the fifth-largest supplier of wheat, which is why its invasion by Russia sent the food price index of the UN’s Food & Agriculture Organisation to a record high in March...

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