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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...
3 Apr 2019 | Reese Ewing
Brazil’s private port terminal operators are making a pitch this week to Panamanian authorities to cut canal tariffs...
3 Apr 2019 | Tom Houghton
A consortium of Saudi-based Al Rajhi and Dubai-based Al Ghurair has emerged as a potential candidate to acquire flour mills...
3 Apr 2019 | Johnny Huang
The Chinese government is to force all companies that produce and trade in meat to test their products for African...
2 Apr 2019 | Andy Allan
Canada's government has sought formal talks with Chinese officials in a bid to end a trade dispute over rapeseed, the...
29 Mar 2019 | Andy Allan
Corn will be planted on 92.8 million acres across the US in the next marketing year, up 4% on the previous year...
29 Mar 2019 | Thomas Hughes
Proposals by the Trump administration to keep tariffs on Chinese imports in place as part of any future trade deal with China has...
28 Mar 2019 | Tom Houghton
The US-China trade war will be played out in Brazil’s rainforests, with deforestation likely to occur as producers plant...
27 Mar 2019 | Juan Pedro Tomas
Argentina’s government is trying to improve certainty for rural producers selling grains by allowing them to sell at almost immediate...
Ukraine heads to the polls on Sunday for the first round of voting in a presidential election, but while agriculture is of...
27 Mar 2019 | Johnny Huang
One of China's major pig producing provinces has said it will increase the price paid for each diseased pig by a minimum...
26 Mar 2019 | Johnny Huang
China has revoked the right to export rapeseed from a second Canadian exporter Viterra this month due to...
26 Mar 2019 | Reese Ewing
Brazil is on course to hold its first significant railway auction in years, with a 30-year concession to build and operate...
Egypt’s state grain importer has walked back changes to its wheat payment process just two months after making...
22 Mar 2019 | Juan Pedro Tomas
Brazil’s decision to open its market up to 750,000 mt of duty-free wheat imports a year from outside the Mercosur trade bloc will not impact...
21 Mar 2019 | Tom Houghton
Russia moved a step closer to gaining access to the lucrative Algerian wheat market, with a containerload of...
21 Mar 2019 | Johnny Huang
China's growing ethanol capacity is unlikely to eat into the country's corn stocks in 2019, with demand expected...
Russia’s agriculture ministry has reneged on a previous announcement that it would look to overhaul the structure...
19 Mar 2019 | Tom Houghton
Senior politicians have again highlighted Russia’s desire to boost access to agriculture markets in neighbouring China...
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