MMTC postpones tender to buy Corn for seventh time
Commodity Online | June 26 2019
UPDATED 17:26:24 IST

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Indian state-run trading company MMTC (Metals and Minerals Trading Corporation of India) has for the seventh time postponed the deadline for offer submissions in an international tender to import yellow corn, this time to June 27.

The deadline for offers was originally May 8 and had been postponed to May 15, to May 22, to June 6, to June 12, June 19 and to June 25.

The tender seeks corn (maize) free of genetically-modified organisms (GMOs).

 

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