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9 Jun 2021 | Cai Chen
China’s government said it will take a series of measures to stabilise hog production and pork prices...
8 Jun 2021 | Liliana Minton
An Argentine oilseed mill worker union has suspened a threat to strike after the government said that vaccination efforts will...
1 Jun 2021 | Eduardo Tinti
China has stepped up its efforts to curb the renminbi’s appreciation by lifting financial institutions' foreign exchange reserve requirements to 7% from 5%...
28 May 2021 | Anna Platonova
The Russian government will cut duties on soybean exports from 30% to 20% from the start of July in...
27 May 2021 | Cai Chen, Rei Geyssens
China reconfirmed its commitment to the Phase One trade deal with the US on Thursday as commerce ministry spokesman...
25 May 2021 | Liliana Minton
The latest interventionist measure imposed by Argentina’s government, a 30-day export ban on beef to control domestic...
25 May 2021 | Cai Chen
China will strengthen price controls on key commodities including iron ore, copper and corn, in its 14th five-year plan in an...
21 May 2021 | Liliana Minton
The Argentine government has announced the start of a ‘circuit-breaker’ lockdown, starting from Saturday and lasting until May...
19 May 2021 | Liliana Minton
Malaysia has raised its crude palm oil reference price on the month, but it has kept its export tax unchanged...
17 May 2021 | Juan Pedro Tomas
The potential approval of a draft bill to set a new biofuels law with new blending mandates is likely to increase the volume of soyoil...
5 May 2021 | Cai Chen
UK supermarkets, including Tesco and Marks & Spencer have threatened to stop buying Brazilian...
The potential tax hike by the Argentine government on grain and oilseed exports will have little impact on the...
29 Apr 2021 | Rei Geyssens
The European Union reopened the debate on the use of genetically modified organism (GMOs) within...
22 Apr 2021 | Tom Houghton
The UK’s wheat output is expected to rebound from a 40-year low in the 2020/21 marketing year to 14.8 million mt, with...
21 Apr 2021 | John McGarrity
A decision by the European Commission to de-list crop-based biofuels from green financing criteria has drawn a furious...
21 Apr 2021 | Masha Belikova
Saudi Arabia has completed the privatisation of the country’s milling sector after the government confirmed that the two...
16 Apr 2021 | Tom Houghton
Nigeria is to halt dollar funding for wheat imports as it looks to develop domestic production of the grain and reduce...
12 Apr 2021 | Eduardo Tinti
Brazil has temporarily cut its biodiesel mandate from 13% to 10% as soaring soybean prices have put pressuring...
9 Apr 2021 | Tom Houghton
The USDA will change soyoil and soymeal data reporting in its influential monthly Wasde reports from May, reflecting...
6 Apr 2021 | Rei Geyssens
Sri Lanka’s ban on palm oil imports will have little impact on Malaysia's exports of the tropical oil as rising global...
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