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23 Jan 2019 | Tom Houghton, Tim Worledge
Some USDA staff are to return to work to provide financial support services to farmers, in a bid to dampen the impact...
22 Jan 2019 | Tom Houghton
Egyptian state grain importer GASC has floated a change to its payment that would see it cut the time it takes to pay its suppliers...
22 Jan 2019 | Reese Ewing
Brazilian Infrastructure Minister Tarcisio Gomes de Freitas unveiled a roadmap for the development of the country’s...
22 Jan 2019 | Tom Houghton
US wheat futures bounced to month highs on renewed rumours of Chinese buying interest, a move that would fill...
22 Jan 2019 | Andy Allan
Brazil’s largest industries that account for 21% of GDP have slammed the government for refusing to...
21 Jan 2019 | Tom Houghton
Higher prices and informal export control efforts are taking their toll on the pace of Russian wheat exports, with weekly...
21 Jan 2019 | Andy Allan
In response to market feedback, Agricensus proposes to change the assessed period for the spot China CFR soybean...
18 Jan 2019 | Juan Pedro Tomas
Argentina’s Labour Ministry has ordered a mandatory conciliation to end a partial strike action...
18 Jan 2019 | Johnny Huang
China has lifted the transportation ban for pigs in two major pig-farming provinces - Liaoning and Sichuan - as the country has...
16 Jan 2019 | Rei Geyssens
A no-deal Brexit will cause trade disruptions hurting UK farmers and will have to be avoided at all costs, the...
16 Jan 2019 | Johnny Huang, Tim Worledge
China will end its efforts to reduce its massive corn stocks this year, as the country's domestic corn supply is likely to be...
16 Jan 2019 | Rei Geyssens
The Turkish government has issued new tariff-free import quotas for key staple grains as the country continues to...
15 Jan 2019 | Rei Geyssens
A group of lawmakers have called on the EU to review whether to allow European farmers to use glyphosate to boost...
15 Jan 2019 | Rei Geyssens
Vegoil imports into India were up 11% during December as demand picked up ahead of the anticipated...
14 Jan 2019 | Rei Geyssens
Russian wheat exports during the first half of the marketing year rose 13.5% on the year to 24.3 million mt...
14 Jan 2019 | Rei Geyssens
Canada’s health department has said it upholds its 2017 approval of the herbicide glyphosate, wherein...
11 Jan 2019 | Andy Allan, Tom Houghton
Officials at Russia’s ministry of agriculture have asked some of the nation’s wheat exporters to cut back on their planned...
10 Jan 2019 | Tom Houghton
All the EU’s tariff rate quotas (TRQs) for corn were again used up in the first week of the year, with sellers looking to take...
9 Jan 2019 | Juan Pedro Tomas
Paraguay’s lorry drivers association Federación de Transportistas Autónomos threatened widespread protests in Asuncion - the...
9 Jan 2019 | Johnny Huang
China's soybean industry saw talks with the US conclude with a whimper, as trading activity thinned and meetings broke...
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