Policy News

17 hours ago | Tom Houghton
Pakistan has authorised exports of an initial 500,000 mt of wheat from its stocks as it looks to bolster its depleted foreign...
19 Nov 2018 | Andy Allan
An opponent of environmental protectionism, a proponent of free markets and backed by Brazil's huge agriculture industry...
19 Nov 2018 | Tom Houghton, Johnny Huang
Chinese officials have launched an anti-dumping probe into Australian barley following complaints it is being sold in China...
16 Nov 2018 | Rei Geyssens
A deterioration in US-China trade relations spells a turbulent time for international soybean prices, with periods of...
16 Nov 2018 | Johnny Huang
China’s National Development and Reform Commission (NDRC) has said it will cut the minimum price paid for wheat next...
15 Nov 2018 | Andy Allan
A resolution to the ongoing trade war between China and the US and a strengthening Brazilian real versus the dollar is likely to...
14 Nov 2018 | Andy Allan
Projections by the USDA that China will import 90 million mt of soybeans this marketing year can accommodate the fact that...
13 Nov 2018 | Rei Geyssens
Germany’s Bayer AG expects demand for one of its key herbicides, glyphosate, to remain strong next year, while...
13 Nov 2018 | Tom Houghton
Wishful thinking rather than conspiracy is driving rumours the Russian government will step into the wheat market this year...
12 Nov 2018 | Tim Worledge
The government of one of India’s biggest agricultural states, Uttar Pradesh, has announced it will procure 100,000 mt of...
9 Nov 2018 | Andy Allan, Johnny Huang
Chinese crushers remain wary of locking in purchases of soybeans despite lower cash prices for the oilseed in Brazil, sources said...