Jordan buys 120,000 tons of wheat in a tender by Reuters

HAMBURG / CAIRO (Reuters) – The government buyer of grains in Jordan bought 120,000 tons of hard flour wheat for import from optional facilities in a tender that closed on Monday, dealers said.

The entire quantity was purchased from the visible trade company at $ 257.90 per tonne, including December shipping costs.

Another trading company, Aston, participated in the bidding, offering $ 266.80 per tonne, including shipping costs.

(Prepared by Hala Qandil for the Arabic Newsletter – Edited by Moataz Muhammad)

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