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18 Apr 2019 | Andy Allan
The World Trade Organization has ruled that China has administered its tariff rate quotas for wheat, corn and...
17 Apr 2019 | Johnny Huang
Corn farmers in China's major producing regions have now sold 85% of their new crop, well behind 2018's pace and a further...
17 Apr 2019 | Reese Ewing
Brazil's biodiesel producers are lobbying the government this week as they look to salvage plans to boost the biofuel blend level in commercial diesel...
16 Apr 2019 | Juan Pedro Tomas
Argentina's government is likely to increase fixed export duties this year if the local currency experiences a sharp devaluation against the US dollar...
16 Apr 2019 | Andy Allan
Trade talks between the US and the EU could be stalled before they even get off the ground after President Trump warned...
16 Apr 2019 | Johnny Huang
China's Ministry of Agriculture and Rural Affairs is encouraging companies to detect African swine fever (ASF)...
15 Apr 2019 | Johnny Huang
Chinese authorities said Monday they will formally review the ongoing anti-dumping and anti-subsidy probes on US...
15 Apr 2019 | Tom Houghton
Egypt’s state grain buyer has overturned a decision to reject a cargo of French milling wheat on phytosanitary grounds, and...
15 Apr 2019 | Johnny Huang
China’s largest soybean producing province Heilongjiang is to cut subsidies for farmers that plant soybean by 10% over...
11 Apr 2019 | Masha Belikova
China’s quota system to limit corn imports will remain a hurdle to US corn exporters and will limit sales to 4-5 million mt a...
10 Apr 2019 | Andy Allan
Agribusiness major Archer Daniels Midland (ADM) is to offer an unspecified number of employees voluntary redundancy across...
9 Apr 2019 | Juan Pedro Tomas
Uruguay’s transport association ITPC is considering carrying out protests over a labour conflict that could affect...
9 Apr 2019 | Johnny Huang
China's Ministry of Agriculture kept its forecast for corn and soybean demand steady this year despite an ongoing...
9 Apr 2019 | Tom Houghton
Egypt’s state grain buyer has rejected a cargo of French-origin wheat in port due to high levels of ergot, traders...
9 Apr 2019 | Johnny Huang
The output of rapeseed oil in China is expected to plunge nearly 12% on year to 5.25 million mt in this marketing year ending...
9 Apr 2019 | Andy Allan
Higher taxes, lower export prices and mandatory freight increases set by the government will see profits for Brazil’s...
8 Apr 2019 | Tom Houghton
Egypt’s wheat harvest will begin next week and eventually bring about 15% more wheat into government stores...
4 Apr 2019 | Masha Belikova
Russia may be poised to restart wheat exports to Vietnam after the Asian country's inspectors concluded an examination of...
3 Apr 2019 | Masha Belikova
India’s government has provided some clarity on the scale of its likely corn import need, by confirming that 100,000 mt can be...
3 Apr 2019 | Tom Houghton
US wheat will struggle for competitiveness against Canadian and Australian wheat due to its absence from the...
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