On the 45th week, there is a change of trend in the Azov-Black Sea region. Thus, the rate for shipment of 3000 tonnes of wheat from Azov to Marmara sea ports for the first time in many weeks began to grow and has reached the level of USD 52 per ton. Such growth of freight is connected with activation of demand from Turkish buyers of Russian grain this week. In addition, successful trade is favoured by lower export fees. Thus, the tax on wheat from November 9th will be 4,529.7 rubles against 4,923.4 rubles per ton a week earlier, for barley the duty will be zero for the third week in a row. The export fee on corn will be reduced to 1291.2 rubles from 1618 rubles per ton.