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Turkey said the lack of progress in trade relations with Russia

Turkey said the lack of progress in trade relations with Russia

Turkey regrets the lack of concrete progress in relations with Russia on issues a full refund of agricultural products to the Russian market. This was stated by the Minister of ag ...

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Russia says 18,000 T of seized wheat might be released in Egypt after fumigation

Russia says 18,000 T of seized wheat might be released in Egypt after fumigation

Russia's agriculture safety watchdog said on Thursday 18,000 tonnes of Russian wheat, seized by Egypt at an Alexandria port in November, could be released by local officials after ...

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Russia, China to have trade turnover $200 billion by 2020

Russia, China to have trade turnover $200 billion by 2020

At the same time, the prime minister confirmed the trade turnover’s structure had changed, and now agricultural products and products with high added value are taking a bigger sha ...

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Russia. Oilseed harvesting campaign

Russia. Oilseed harvesting campaign

As of November 13, farmers harvested 9369.8  KMT of sunflower seed from 6386.7 Th ha. The average yield was 1.47 MT/ha. By the same date last year, sunflower had been harvested fr ...

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Agri-food accounts for 7% of overall E.U. exports in 2014

Agri-food accounts for 7% of overall E.U. exports in 2014

The E.U. maintained its position as the world's number one exporter in 2014, with agri-food exports representing more than 7% of all goods exported and with a net surplus of €18 b ...

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EU pork imports to hit 23-year high, despite Russia ban

EU pork imports to hit 23-year high, despite Russia ban

Success by European Union exporters in finding alternative markets to Russia, after Moscow banned ag imports from the bloc, sparked upgrades to hopes for beef and pork shipments – ...

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Russia demand spurs Brazil beef, pork export hopes

Russia demand spurs Brazil beef, pork export hopes

Brazil's pork exports will soar 20% next year, and beef shipments hit an all-time high, supercharged by Russia's quest for supplies to replace those lost with a ban on imports fro ...

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