Shifting Sources of Wheat Supply for MENA Countries: the Rise of the Black Sea

Shifting Sources of Wheat Supply for MENA Countries: the Rise of the Black Sea
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Danny Hamrick | Ghada Ahmed

The Black Sea countries of Russia, Ukraine, and Kazakhstan play an increasingly important role in supplying wheat to the global market, and to the Middle East and North Africa (MENA) countries as well. This policy brief shows evidence of this trend in the wheat GVC and explores its implications for food security in MENA, which appear to be important.

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