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.
Kazakhstan. Rapeseed stocks up 38% year on year
Ukraine. Low temperatures posed no threat to winter grains
Ukraine. Allseeds began 2019 with a record loading of oil
Ukrainian Halal certificate fully recognized in Malaysia
Ukraine. Grain Alliance considers a twofold storage capacity enhancement
Russia. Wheat prices continued their growth last week
Ukrainian wheat prices continue rising
Ukraine. Ukrlandfarming compound feedstuff mill received HACCP certificate
Russia. New rapeseed crushing facility launched in Tomsk region
Kernel increased sunflower seed processing by 3.3%
Corn exports from Ukraine keep rising
Presidents of Ukraine and Brazil discuss stepping up economic cooperation
Ukrainian wine exports grew by 20% in 2018
Russian truckers stage mass protests against fee limits on grain shipments that force them to break the law
Ukraine. NIBULON’s shipbuilders jointed the bottom units of the shipyard’s longest vessel
Mills in Ukraine processed 13 mln t of sugar beet
AVELLUM became a Legal Sponsor of the 16th International Conference ‘Black Sea Grain’
Russian wheat price sees length build on prompt as buyers seek alternatives
EU doubled soybean meal imports from Ukraine
Grain exports from Russia up 2%
Ukraine. 71.1% of wheat exported under the Memorandum
Ukraine. ViOil started soybean crushing
Romanian wheat exports were 9.5% up from last season
Syria buys Russian wheat, seeks more after poor crop output
Ukrainian agricultural exports hit record high of $18.8 bln in 2018
Ukrlandfarming on the way to regaining leader's position in world egg supplies
Ukraine. Cargo handling in 2018 – grain sets a new record
Black Sea region cut pea exports
Ukraine increases exports of fruits and berries
Kazakhstan. More than 800 KMT of grain were exported through Aktau port
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