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Steady year seen for wheat imports despite dry weather

Steady year seen for wheat imports despite dry weather

There hasn't been much snow in winter wheat-producing regions of China over the past three-and-a-half months, and rainfall has only been about average. Still, the nation's imports ...

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Talk grows of rise to Argentine soy export tax

Talk grows of rise to Argentine soy export tax

Speculation is growing that Argentina will raise its export taxes on soybeans to raise much-needed state revenues, denting farmers' efforts to protect their own finances from the ...

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Saudi Arabia buys 715,000 tons of European, U.S. and Australian wheat

Saudi Arabia buys 715,000 tons of European, U.S. and Australian wheat

Grain Silos and Flour Mills Organisation (GSFMO) has completed procedures for bidding for the first batch of imported wheat for 2014/2015 with a quantity of 715,000 tons from Euro ...

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Makhteshim Agan re-branded global business as “ADAMA”

Makhteshim Agan re-branded global business as “ADAMA”

Makhteshim Agan Industries (“MAI”), one of the world leaders in crop protection solutions, today announced that it will transition to a new global brand, “ADAMA”, beginning in Apr ...

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India. Govt starts selling wheat in open market through NSPOT

India. Govt starts selling wheat in open market through NSPOT

The Government has started selling wheat in the open market using the electronic spot trading platform of commodity bourse NCDEX. The State-run Food Corporation of India (FCI) had ...

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Hay Prices Likely To Hold Stead

Hay Prices Likely To Hold Stead

Look for hay prices in most of the country to stay locked in a relatively narrow trading range through the rest of the current marketing year. “There’s not much room for (hay pric ...

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March milling wheat futures felt down to 192,25 EUR/tonne on Paris Euronext

March milling wheat futures felt down to 192,25 EUR/tonne on Paris Euronext

2014 wheat prices are going to be near the levels of 2013, some grain traders said. March milling wheat futures felt down to 192,25 EUR/tonne on Paris Euronext, after 3 weeks cont ...

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China agrees c deal, raising hopes for prices

China agrees c deal, raising hopes for prices

Hopes rose that potash prices had, after plunging by one-quarter, reached a bottom as China signed a long-awaited import deal with Uralkali, the Russian fertilizer giant which kic ...

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Austria More Self-sufficient in Eggs

Austria More Self-sufficient in Eggs

The EU-wide ban on conventional battery cages has had the effect of increasing the country's self-sufficiency in eggs. The critical and major change that has taken place in Austri ...

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Grain market 2014: EU wheat curbed by global supply

Grain market 2014: EU wheat curbed by global supply

Paris prices were also curbed by a two-week high for the euro against the dollar, which makes euro-zone grain more expensive for export, and chart resistance. European wheat futur ...

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