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The French grains trade was mixed in its reaction to news last week that Algeria plans to cut its annual wheat imports by as...
22 Nov 2019 | Reese Ewing
One of China’s largest infrastructure companies China Communications Construction Company...
22 Nov 2019 | Johnny Huang
The Chinese government is aiming to boost pig stocks to 80% of the level before African swine fever...
20 Nov 2019 | Tom Houghton
Asia will need an additional $800 billion of investment over the next decade to ensure its food security, with...
20 Nov 2019 | John McGarrity
US summer sales of E15 ethanol rose 48% on a ‘per store’ basis, industry lobby Growth Energy said this week
18 Nov 2019 | Johnny Huang
The Chinese government has transferred 4 cargoes of US soybean quota previously assigned to foreign-owned importers...
14 Nov 2019 | Johnny Huang
The Chinese government has swept away restrictions preventing US poultry entering the country for the first time in nearly two...
14 Nov 2019 | Rei Geyssens
Chinese authorities have triggered a six-month extension to the year-long anti-dumping probe into imports of Australian barley...
14 Nov 2019 | Andy Allan
With the ongoing outbreak of African swine fever in China injecting inflation into food markets...
13 Nov 2019 | Juan Pedro Tomas
Uruguay and China are working on a technical protocol to open-up the Chinese market for...
12 Nov 2019 | Juan Pedro Tomas
Farmers in the Argentinian region of Cordoba could face severe losses from planting corn...
Ukraine will have no wholesale land sales to foreign investors, with any final say on a protracted agricultural land...
Brazil has officially authorised an import quota of 750,000 mt duty-free wheat from outside the Mercosur bloc, which was...
5 Nov 2019 | Andy Allan, Johnny Huang
Chinese feed companies and crushers are eyeing a rebound in soybean and soymeal demand...
4 Nov 2019 | Tom Houghton
Oversupply and predictable demand will mean wheat prices remain rangebound over the...
1 Nov 2019 | Rei Geyssens
The World Trade Organization (WTO) ruled Friday that China is entitled to impose compensatory trade sanctions...
30 Oct 2019 | Tom Houghton
The application for a €100 million loan from the European Bank for Reconstruction and Development (EBRD) to...
30 Oct 2019 | Reese Ewing
Surging demand for corn to produce ethanol in Brazil, along with expanded planting, is changing the...
29 Oct 2019 | John McGarrity
US biofuels producers have told a Congressional Committee that the Trump administration's issuance of waivers to 31 small...
29 Oct 2019 | Andy Allan, Thomas Hughes
Sunday’s election and moves by Argentina’s Central Bank to implement currency controls will as...
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