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Egypt may have to import more wheat – and at higher prices – as problems from payment disputes to a fungus-tainted cargo disrupt supplies to one of the world's top importers.Egypt's Agriculture Ministry said it turned away a cargo of Russian wheat at the Red Sea port of Safaga because its ergot levels slightly exceeded international standards of 0.05 percent.The rejection comes after payment disputes held back a Russian wheat cargo in Egypt and another one at the Black Sea port of Novorossiysk, people familiar with the matter have said.A third cargo sold by AOS won't be shipped as the trader missed the agreed delivery period, one person said.
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