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1 Nov 2018 | Andy Allan, Johnny Huang
Chinese imports of soybeans rose to 94 million mt in the 12 months starting October 2017 with almost two-thirds of that...
30 Oct 2018 | Juan Pedro Tomas
Paraguay crushed 2.93 million mt of soybeans during the first nine months of 2018, up 3.1% compared with the same...
Argentina’s agriculture secretariat has rejected 970,000 mt worth of export licenses that were booked immediately prior to the...
29 Oct 2018 | Rei Geyssens
The European Ombudsman will investigate a complaint by NGOs on a 2015-authorisation by the European Commission...
29 Oct 2018 | Johnny Huang
China will end the auctions of its state soy and corn reserves next week as the new crops begin to reach market, with...
26 Oct 2018 | Andy Allan
Soybean sowing in Brazil's number one producing state of Mato Grosso raced ahead last week, helping Brazilian farmers to plant...
26 Oct 2018 | Tom Houghton
Russia’s agriculture ministry has lifted its wheat production and export figures, putting this year’s production at more than...
26 Oct 2018 | Johnny Huang
China's soybean demand could fall by millions of tonnes per year after feed companies and the government agreed to a proposal...
26 Oct 2018 | Andy Allan
The worst drought in two decades in Australia means winter crop production will be 15% lower than previously thought...
25 Oct 2018 | Tom Houghton
The privatisation of the Saudi Arabian grains sector will go ahead despite fears over the sale of state-owned oil monopoly...
25 Oct 2018 | Andy Allan
Argentina lawmakers are set to reduce the maximum export tax it can apply on exports of grains and oilseeds after lobbying...
25 Oct 2018 | Tom Houghton
Negligible domestic production and dwindling carryover stocks will force the Jordanian state to keep up wheat imports this year...
23 Oct 2018 | Tom Houghton
Russian buyers picked up 17,820 mt of milling wheat from state reserves at auction Tuesday, paying RUB227.3 million...
23 Oct 2018 | Juan Pedro Tomas
Argentina’s main rural associations have said they are considering mounting protests against recent government...
22 Oct 2018 | Tom Houghton, Rei Geyssens
Falling ethanol prices and high input costs have squeezed margins and meant the closure of a second plant in the UK, removing...
22 Oct 2018 | Rei Geyssens
The newly-appointed French minister of agriculture has reaffirmed the government's intention to stop the use of the herbicide...
22 Oct 2018 | Johnny Huang
China has lifted a 2012 ban on rapemeal imports from India on Monday as the world’s largest oilseed consumer...
19 Oct 2018 | Tom Houghton
Morocco has backtracked on a previous decision to move its wheat import duty to zero, putting a 30% tariff in place on...
18 Oct 2018 | Thordur Gunnarsson
Delivery of financial aid to German farmers that suffered devastating droughts during the summer is taking too long...
18 Oct 2018 | Tom Houghton
Tariffs on US exports of agricultural products to the EU are back on the cards after a Washington official lashed out at the slow...
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