Thai cabinet approves animal feed imports amid shortage

The move should ease shortages caused by Russia-Ukraine conflict
calendar icon 4 May 2022
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Thailand's cabinet on Tuesday approved new measures to boost imports of animal feed for a three-month period to ease a shortage following the disruption caused by Russia's invasion of Ukraine, reported Reuters, citing a government spokesman.

The measures, proposed on Monday by the commerce ministry, were for up to 1.2 million tonnes of animal feed ingredients, including corn, wheat and barley, for three months.

Source: Reuters

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