DHAKA, Feb 12 (Reuters) - A Bangladeshi trading firm is
buying 50,000 tonnes of wheat from neighbouring India at $330 a
tonne, including the cost of delivery to Chittagong port, two
sources said on Tuesday.
Bangladesh has turned to India for wheat supplies since New
Delhi lifted a ban on exports in 2011.
Separately, Bangladesh's state grains buyer received the
lowest offer from Olam International at $331.88 a tonne,
including freight, insurance and other expenses, in a tender
that opened on Monday.
Bangladeshi traders import 2.5 million to 3 million tonnes a
year to help meet annual demand for more than 4 million tonnes.
Bangladesh's domestic production amounts to nearly 1 million
(Reporting by Ruma Paul; Editing by Joseph Radford)