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Shift in grains trade beneficial for bulkers

Saudi Arabia's move to increase corn imports from South America, replacing barley from Europe, may be positive for bulkers. However, it remains to be seen how long this trend will last

The price difference currently is about $30 per tonne and is unlikely to disappear in the short term, says BullPositions’ managing director Jesper Buhl

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