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.
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China absorbs more than 90% of Russian soybean exports
Ukraine keeps exporting corn at a record pace
Ukraine. Korolivsky Smak to begin nitriding sunflower oil
Russian export prices for wheat continued to decrease last week
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Ukraine, Slovenia to enhance cooperation in agricultural sector
Ukraine. Ukrsadvinprom urges to adapt state-funded program on building fruit refrigerators
Ukraine. January’s mayonnaise production hit a three-year high
Ukraine. Sunflower oil exports stay at a record level
Ukraine. Planting of early spring grains more than 11% complete
Ukraine shipped to foreign markets 34.3 MMT of grain
Ukraine. Kernel to get a loan for implementing alternative- energy projects at oil extractors
Bulgaria. Weather in early March favored development of winter crops
Romania: air temperatures 9..12°С above long-term normals
Delta Wilmar to construct transshipment and processing facilities in Yuzhny port
Ukraine. Slow growth was observed in winter grains
Jordan stepped up barley imports from Russia by 12%
Surprise Black Sea wheat sales to Asia curb U.S. export prospects
Ukrainian dairy producers authorized for delivering products to Oman
Russia. Cargill to invest RUB 1.8 Bl in production expansion
Ukraine sows 159,000 hectares of 2019 spring grain so far
Russia. Weather on March 1-10 was favorable for resumption of plant growth
USDA raised its forecast for Ukrainian corn exports to a record high
Prospective free-trade-area partner Turkey entering a recession
Ukraine. Does early spring arrival imply a record yield?
Ukraine sees exports of poultry rise by 43% in Jan-Feb 2019
Belarus. Post-winter crop condition greatly depends on weather developments in early spring
Southeast Asia returns to Black Sea for new crop wheat
Ukraine. ViOil begins processing high-oleic sunflower seed
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