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Russia looks to gain from higher grain exports

As volumes from Ukraine fall dramatically, Russia looks to capitalise from its invasion by shipping more grains, namely wheat, maintaining its dominance as the world's largest exporter

The overall impact to dry bulk shipping is a slight drop in tonne-miles, which fall sharply for global corn trades, but this is partly offset by gains for wheat and soyabeans, according to a shipbroking research analyst

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