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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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US Accused of Dumping Chicken in Vietnam

US Accused of Dumping Chicken in Vietnam

Poultry producers are considering action against the US for alleged dumping of chicken parts, according to local reports. On July 28, the livestock associations of Dong Nai Provin ...

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The American sugar industry will not support further opening of the US market to sugar imports

The American sugar industry will not support further opening of the US market to sugar imports

The American sugar industry will not support any further opening of the United States market to sugar imports. Sugar and dairy are key issues for the farm sector at the Trans-Paci ...

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Monsanto investment in wheat research will spur industry

Monsanto investment in wheat research will spur industry

Monsanto cut the ribbon on its new Wheat Technology Center last week among high enthusiasm from wheat growers. The center will serve as Monsanto’s core wheat breeding research and ...

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Canada canola exports to be particularly hit by drought

Canada canola exports to be particularly hit by drought

Export supplies of canola from Canada, the top shipper, will be undermined more significantly than crop for domestic consumption by the drought hurting the country's production pr ...

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Australian wheat crop warrants a downgrade

Australian wheat crop warrants a downgrade

US officials need to hack at least 3m tonnes from their Australian wheat production estimate to get to a realistic total, Pentag Nidera said, seeing the potential for downgrades t ...

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U.S. soy position on the global market

U.S. soy position on the global market

The bumper soybean crop produced last year has made the global soybean market very competitive. U.S. Soybean sales have struggled under the strong U.S. dollar, reporting their sec ...

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US officials flag growing Chinese sorghum cargo scrutiny

US officials flag growing Chinese sorghum cargo scrutiny

US officials, who in May cautioned over the threat of China blocking imports of sorghum, underlined the growing scrutiny of cargos, but forecast that trade in the grain was unlike ...

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US sees ‘new world order’ as bird flu goes global

US sees ‘new world order’ as bird flu goes global

The global poultry industry is facing “a new world order” as avian influenza continues to spread within the US, and further afield. In an interview with sister publication World P ...

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US counts crop damage after rain

US counts crop damage after rain

The US is set for more of the rains which took a toll on the condition of corn and soybean crops, although the worst of the precipitation looks like missing the areas which suffer ...

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