Ukrainian wheat seen to have little impact on domestic prices

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Wheat imports from Ukraine will not significantly affect the price of wheat in Hungary, National Alliance of Wheat Growers director József Vancsura said on Tuesday.

The national daily Népszabadság wrote on Tuesday that imports from Ukraine could reduce the market price for wheat in Europe.

Vancsura said that imports from Ukraine could, at the very most, disrupt the wheat market in the regions of eastern Hungary bordering the country.

The National Alliance of Wheat Growers chief noted that a sufficient amount of high-quality wheat was harvested in Hungary this year.

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