Andrey Sizov speaks about Russian grain taxes and 2021 wheat crop

Q&A with Andrey about Russian grain taxes and 2021 wheat crop

First Russia’s wheat tax kicked in on February 15. Andrey Sizov from SovEcon talks about what happened, why, what are the chances of its removal, and what are the implications for a Russian farmer. Bonus: 2021 wheat crop comments.

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