Jordan buys 60,000 tonnes wheat in tender –trade Participants were believed to be CHS, Cerealcom Dolj and Ameropa HAMBURG- Jordan's state grains buyer purchased 60,000 tonnes of hard milling wheat to be sourced from optional origins in a tender which closed on Wednesday, traders said.It was bought from trading house Cerealcom Dolj at $269.20 a tonne c&f for shipment in the first half August 2021, they said.Two other trading houses participated in the tender, CHS which offered $277.97 a tonne c&f and Ameropa which offered $284.93 a tonne c&f.(Reporting by Michael Hogan) ((firstname.lastname@example.org; +49 172 671 36 54; Reuters Messaging: email@example.com))Zawya CoveragecommercialDubai Economy recorded 35% fall in commercial complaints in 2020smeDubai's Falcon Network invests in Bangladeshi start-upreal estateBahrain's Ithmaar, Naseej sign deal to build $106mln housing in kingdomfinancial servicesCitibank UAE plans to expand assets under management to $15bln by 2025jobsLooking for a job? Here are the ones in high demand in the Middle EastMoreReuters CoveragepoliticsU.S. House begins debate on impeaching Trump for his role in Capitol assaultoil and gasSaudi voluntary oil cut to help with low demand in Q1, OPEC chief saysinvestmentState Street-managed Hong Kong fund to resume investment in banned shareslogisticsEgypt shuts six Red Sea ports due to...read more...
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