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Was there an embargo of Soviet Goldgold in 1932, and was grain the primary exportable good?

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Was there an embargo of Soviet Gold in 1932, and was grain the primary exportable good?

In this article, the author and leader of "The Great Fatherland Party" Nikolai Starikov, claims one of the causes of the Holodomor may have been that the USSR was unable to export anything other than their grain due to a western embargo.

Is there evidence to support the statement that the "Gold Embargo" existed, and if so whether it extended to 1932?

Is there evidence to suggest grain was the primary or "only" exportable good of the Soviet Union in 1932?