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Mass distrophy threatens Georgia2010-08-16 14:30
Georgia is feeling the acute deficit of grain and urgently looks for new suppliers - Business-Georgia.gt-en-newsitem-inside
The alternative to Russia as grain exporter can be the USA, Canada, and Europe, but the prices will be significantly higher than the one Georgia got used to.
"Russian wheat cost USD 260, from other countries it will be USD 350-380 per ton," Ketevan Kublashvili, the president of Agrocom company said.
It's worthy noticing that local production of grain can cover only 10-15 per cent of the republic's needs, but this year, due to poor weather conditions even this will be cut by one quarter.