The Egyptian agriculture ministry plans to release corn and soybeans each week to meet the demand of the livestock and poultry sector. The grain had been stuck in the port due to a dollar shortage, influenced by a lack of confidence in the Egyptian currency and investors pulling out of the short-term government debt markets. Media reports of poultry farms being forced to destroy birds due to feed shortages resulted in the decision.
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