Visitors in downtown Moscow on July 20 explore a wheat field with poppies that was installed during a festival held in Revolution Square next to the State Historical Museum.
Major wheat exporters, including Canada, Australia and the United States are experiencing low production estimates this year, mainly thanks to drought conditions. This has given Russia, which experienced a bumper crop this year, a major boost. Moscow has traditionally been a minor player in the Asian wheat markets, but Russian...
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