SE Asia to be a big wheat consumer

By Shannon Beattie
March 3 2021 - 8:00am
 AEGIC chief economist Ross Kingwell presented an outlook on wheat export markets at the GRDC conference in Perth last week.
AEGIC chief economist Ross Kingwell presented an outlook on wheat export markets at the GRDC conference in Perth last week.

BY 2030, the main destination for Western Australian wheat will continue to be key markets in South East Asia, however a second and more opportunistic market is going to be the east coast of Australia whenever it experiences prolonged and severe drought.

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