The Ukrainian agriculture minister is warning the problems on the Red Sea will hurt its agricultural exports. The movement of commodities on the Red Sea has been slowed by Houthi attacks on cargo ships, forcing shippers to go around the southern tip of Africa to reach Asian markets. Ukraine had strong grain exports in December, but the ag minister believes the rerouting and shipping delays will have a ripple effect.
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