Black Sea News

Latest news from international news agencies and Commodity market analyst “UkrAgroConsult” on Ukraine and the Black Sea region. Key events of economics and politics, commodity markets (sugar, fertilizers, oil), grains (wheat, barley, maize), oilseeds (sunflower, soybean,rapeseed), inputs news, opinions and comments from experts.
New monthly publication “Pulses Report”
Volodymyr Groysman: Budget of 2018 provides for a 3% GDP growth, but the growing trend forecast can improve
Egypt and Turkey absorbed 23% of Romanian corn
Ukrainian sunflower oil: raw material or a premium product?
Russia. China intends to arrange grain transit through Primorskiy region
All-time high grain inventories in Russia
Ukraine. Japan to invest in Ukrainian ports
Russia. Soybean crushing plant to be built in Southern federal district
Corn harvesting in Bulgaria lags 52.6% behind last year
Ukraine may increase barley plantings
Ukraine exported more than 9 MMT of grain since the new season began
Russia: Grainprice hike not ruled out - Russian agriculture minister
Russian traders impose grain importers pickup
Black Sea Oil Trade-2017: Conference Photos Available
BLACK SEA OIL TRADE – 2017: UKRAINIAN VEGOIL INDUSTRY NEEDS A NATIONAL BRAND
Weather forecasters warn of night frosts in Ukraine
AgriSupp.com – new ag market community is coming soon
Bunge got interested in the tropical oil market
Belarus. Planting of winter cereals lags 17% behind last year
Kazakh vegoil production hit a high in the 2016/17 season
Ukraine. Precipitation replenished soil moisture content
Russia. Monitoring the quality of grain
The Ministry of agriculture gives disappointing forecast for the harvest
Ukraine, Brazil agree to intensify political and economic cooperation
Russia. Amursky oil extractor to come to full capacity by 2019
Ukraine. Corn harvest started almost over the country
Russia. Wheat export prices continued their growth last week
UkrAgroConsult shows optimum ways to invest in the grain infrastructure
Russia Grabs More of Barley Market as Supplies Dip Elsewhere
World Bank expects Ukraine's GDP to grow by 2% in 2017
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