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22 Oct 2018 | Tom Houghton, Rei Geyssens
Falling ethanol prices and high input costs have squeezed margins and meant the closure of a second plant in the UK, removing...
22 Oct 2018 | Rei Geyssens
The newly-appointed French minister of agriculture has reaffirmed the government's intention to stop the use of the herbicide...
22 Oct 2018 | Johnny Huang
China has lifted a 2012 ban on rapemeal imports from India on Monday as the world’s largest oilseed consumer...
19 Oct 2018 | Tom Houghton
Morocco has backtracked on a previous decision to move its wheat import duty to zero, putting a 30% tariff in place on...
18 Oct 2018 | Thordur Gunnarsson
Delivery of financial aid to German farmers that suffered devastating droughts during the summer is taking too long...
18 Oct 2018 | Tom Houghton
Tariffs on US exports of agricultural products to the EU are back on the cards after a Washington official lashed out at the slow...
17 Oct 2018 | Johnny Huang
Demand for soybean reserves in China stayed robust for a fourth straight week as more than 97,000 mt of state reserves...
17 Oct 2018 | Thordur Gunnarsson
In a bid to boost exports and work down inventories, Malaysian authorities have opted to keep the export tax of palm oil at...
15 Oct 2018 | Andy Allan
Chinese authorities are seeking to lock down areas where cases of the deadly African swine fever have been...
12 Oct 2018 | Johnny Huang
Successful testing of a new type of soybean in northern China could see the country triple its bean yield, leading to a higher...
10 Oct 2018 | Tom Houghton
Wheat exports in September were 5% higher than in August, but were down 12% from the same month last year, the...
8 Oct 2018 | Tom Houghton
Russia’s prime minister has signed legislation that will put another 1.5 million mt of its grain reserves up for sale in a move aimed...
8 Oct 2018 | Rei Geyssens
The UN's main scientific panel has called for a global response to limit the effects of a warming planet in order to prevent a rise...
8 Oct 2018 | Andy Allan
Scores of tweets sent from social media accounts controlled by Russian authorities, but falsely claimed to be from US or...
5 Oct 2018 | Andy Allan
The US's trade deficit with China grew $3.2 billion, or 6.4%, to $53.2 billion in August compared to a month earlier as a...
5 Oct 2018 | Rei Geyssens
Germany rejected the proposal of the European Commission to cut direct payments to German farmers from 2021 as it...
5 Oct 2018 | Thordur Gunnarsson
Chinese authorities will lift a ban on protein meal imports from India imminently, the Solvents Extractors Association said...
4 Oct 2018 | Thordur Gunnarsson
The UN’s Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO) has revised its wheat production for 2018/19 upwards a nudge to 722.4...
3 Oct 2018 | Andy Allan
An 8-% rally in the value of the Brazilian real versus the US dollar is pushing up the price of Brazilian soybeans versus the US...
3 Oct 2018 | Reese Ewing
With Brazil's election looming, farmers from Brazil’s grain belt have thrown their weight behind the right-wing, climate-change...
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