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11 Jan 2021 | Masha Belikova
Russian grain traders are expecting the government to raise export duties further in an attempt to slow the flow of wheat...
7 Jan 2021 | Rei Geyssens
US exports of agricultural goods surged to a fresh record of nearly $5 billion in November last year on record corn shipments...
22 Dec 2020 | Masha Belikova
The World Trade Organisation (WTO) confirmed Tuesday that it has received an Australian complaint over duties that...
17 Dec 2020 | Tom Houghton
The Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO) has warned of a repeat of last year’s costly...
15 Dec 2020 | Johnny Huang
China’s live pig and sow herd has rebounded to now stand at more than 90% of pre-African swine fever (ASF) levels and is...
Russia's government has officially registered a project to make changes to its wheat export tax for implementation starting...
11 Dec 2020 | Johnny Huang
China’s hog futures listed by Dalian Commodity Exchange has been approved to trade next month, according to the...
4 Dec 2020 | Rei Geyssens
US agriculture exports to China hit a near all-time high of $4.83 billion in October as soybean exports...
2 Dec 2020 | Rei Geyssens
India’s main vegetable oil trade body will demand that the New Delhi government restores higher import duties on crude palm...
30 Nov 2020 | Tom Houghton
Voters in Switzerland have rejected a proposed law that would have left companies based in the country liable to...
30 Nov 2020 | Johnny Huang
Chinese authorities have approved imports of sorghum from Mexico on Monday in an attempt to widen supply options for the product...
26 Nov 2020 | Tom Houghton
Brazil has extended a tariff-free quota for wheat imported from outside the Mercosur trade bloc for another year, leaving...
12 Nov 2020 | Thomas Hughes
One of President Trump’s first actions as US President was to pull out of the Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP), a proposed free...
11 Nov 2020 | Tom Houghton
Saudi Arabia’s cabinet has confirmed it will end state-backed imports of feed barley and leave buying to the private...
9 Nov 2020 | Tom Houghton
US agriculture exports to the EU are set to be caught up in the latest episode of a long-running saga over state subsidies...
State purchases of US soybeans have slowed significantly in the past two weeks ahead of a presidential election that could...
30 Oct 2020 | Juan Pedro Tomas
Mexico’s Secretariat of Agriculture and Rural Development (SADER) signed a phytosanitary agreement with China Customs...
29 Oct 2020 | Johnny Huang
Rapeseed oil futures contracts on China’s Zhengzhou Commodity Exchange rose nearly 3% on Thursday due to demand...
28 Oct 2020 | Tom Houghton
Efforts to decarbonise the shipping industry are turning to wind power as a potential solution, with agriculture trader...
28 Oct 2020 | Tom Houghton
A US farm official has blasted European policymakers over unfair attacks on its farming practices and turned on perceived...
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