Special Report

These Countries Are Banning Food Exports

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16. Ghana
> Pct. of total food exports restricted: 0.4%
> Products affected: Maize, soybean

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15. Belarus
> Pct. of total food exports restricted: 3.0%
> Products affected: Wheat, rye, barley, oats, corn, buckwheat, millet, triticale, rapeseed seeds, sunflower seeds, beet pulp, cake, rapeseed meal

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14. Tunisia
> Pct. of total food exports restricted: 5.2%
> Products affected: Fruits, vegetables

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13. Kyrgyzstan
> Pct. of total food exports restricted: 6.0%
> Products affected: Wheat, meslin, flour, vegetable oil

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12. Iran
> Pct. of total food exports restricted: 6.1%
> Products affected: Potatoes, eggplants, tomatoes, onion

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