China has opened its market to Russian wheat imports. The customs authority made the announcement on Thursday, just hours after the Russian attack on Ukraine began. However, the market opening was part of a package of agreements signed by both countries during Russian President Vladimir Putin’s visit to Beijing earlier this month. So it is unclear how exactly the removal of market restrictions on Russian wheat is related to the Russian invasion and the expectation of Western sanctions.
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