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Tunisia's cereals imports in first nine months of 2022 up 45.5% to $1 bln

TUNIS, Oct 19 (Reuters) - Tunisia's imports of cereals in the first nine months of 2022 jumped by 45.5% to 3.559 billion dinars ($1 billion), the state agricultural observatory said on Wednesday. It added that the average of import price of soft wheat rose by 61 percent due to the war in Ukraine. (Reporting by Tarek Amara; editing by David Evans)

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