Howdy folks, it's your business editor here with some spicy news from south of the border! Hold on tight to your tortillas, 'cause we've got a grainy situation to discuss. The National Agricultural Council (CNA) is waving the red flag as Russia hits the brakes on a grain export agreement. And let me tell ya, amigos, this ain't just your run-of-the-mill hiccup; it's got the potential to shake up the international markets and send grain prices in Mexico soaring!
The CNA warns that we might be in for a bit of a rough ride, but they're not shouting "Code Red" just yet. We won't be suffering from maize and wheat shortages anytime soon. You see, we've got surpluses, and we're heavily reliant on imports from the good ol' United States. So, as long as Uncle Sam keeps the cereal supply steady, we might be able to keep our tortilla fix going strong.