Traders see output falling to 105 million-106 million mt in MY 2022-23 MY 2022-23 exports seen declining to 7 million-8 million mt Export prices rise on concerns over supply tightness, talk of export ban India’s wheat exporters may not be able to match government expectations of making deeper inroads into global wheat markets in the current marketing year 2022-23 (April-March) as extreme weather and logistical hurdles were seen hampering the country’s trade potential in coming months, sources told S&P Global Commodity Insights. Receive daily email alerts, subscriber notes & personalize your experience. Register Now India emerged as a key supplier of wheat in February-March after Russia’s invasion of Ukraine stalled most of the supplies from the Black Sea region. The Indian government in February also projected wheat output at a record 111.3 million mt for MY 2022-23. Banking on likely record production, markets were expecting Indian wheat exports […]