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21 May 2018 | Tim Worledge
An expected decision on the status of VAT in Ukraine has failed to yield a resolution, as the country’s parliament did not consider...
17 May 2018 | Andy Allan
Soybean production in Ukraine is expected to fall 14% in the 2018/19 crop year as the abolition of VAT refund...
17 May 2018 | Andy Allan
Brazil paper premiums in the Paranagua market fell to a three-month low on Wednesday, as poor crush margins kept...
16 May 2018 | Andy Allan, Johnny Huang
China will increase soybean plantings by 8.5% this year while cutting back on other crops, as the country seeks to...
15 May 2018 | Andy Allan
The US and China start a series of meetings over the next three-to-four days on Tuesday in a bid to overcome trade...
15 May 2018 | Tim Worledge
The Ukrainian Grains Association has told a meeting at the country’s Institute of Agrarian Economics that ability of...
9 May 2018 | Andy Allan
China’s official grain and oilseed body has cut its estimate for imports of soybean, while increasing expected production...
8 May 2018 | Reese Ewing
Investments from both Paraguay and Brazil are expanding the export capacity for the Paraguay River to move soybeans...
4 May 2018 | Andy Allan
Soybean futures trading on the Chicago Board of Trade gave up most of Thursday’s afternoon gains during overnight...
4 May 2018 | Juan Pedro Tomas
Argentine oilseed crushing worker unions are mulling whether to call a national strike due to a salary dispute with...
3 May 2018 | Andy Allan, Johnny Huang
Two northern provinces in China have said they will incentivise farmers to increase planting soybeans, but declined...
3 May 2018 | Reese Ewing
Last month, Mario Abdo Benitez, the former senator from the conservative Colorado Party who won the country’s...
27 Apr 2018 | Tom Houghton
EU member states backed a European Commission proposal to ban the use of three neonicotinoid pesticides Friday, paving the way for a total ban on their use outside within six months, with potentially significant ramifications for EU crop yields.
27 Apr 2018 | Tim Worledge
China’s corn auction from its domestic stocks, Beijing's actions against US sorghum imports, and leftover export volumes in Ukraine are creating uncertainty for the Ukrainian corn sector, weighing on prices as traders try to size up global demand, market sources told Agricensus Friday.
27 Apr 2018 | Tom Houghton
Saudi Arabia is likely to scale back its barley imports by around 6% in the 2018/19 marketing year as government-led polices to cut water use have an impact on demand, the USDA’s local office in Riyadh said in a release published Friday.
26 Apr 2018 | Juan Pedro Tomas
Argentina’s rural entity Sociedad Rural (SRA) has urged the national government to accelerate the reduction in duties on soybean exports to help producers suffering from a drought that had blighted the country’s most productive lands.
25 Apr 2018 | Reese Ewing
Caramuru, Brazil’s only homegrown grain crushing group, and Rumo, the logistics division of local conglomerate Cosan, extended their 50-50 concession for the XXXIX grain export terminal in Santos for 25 years, pledging to nearly double its capacity with 252 million reais ($73 million) in investments.
25 Apr 2018 | Tim Worledge, Johnny Huang
China will continue to auction its corn stocks into May as the National Grain Trade Centre announced Wednesday a fourth consecutive clearance of up to 8 million mt.
25 Apr 2018 | Tim Worledge
The controversial use of waivers to excuse some US fuel suppliers from fulfilling their biofuel blending obligations may have cut at least 1.6 billion gallons of biofuels from the anticipated mandates in 2016 and 2017, the Renewable Fuels Association (RFA) said Tuesday.
24 Apr 2018 | Tom Houghton
Russia’s ministry of agriculture proposed to continue indefinitely its controversial logistics policy that helps farmers in remote parts of the country export wheat in the international market.
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