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.
Ukraine boosts agricultural exports to EU 1.5-fold
Ukraine failed to fill the quotas for sugar and barley exports to EU
Ukrainian margarines market stable despite a production decrease
Ukraine. On the last days of February the soil in most of the country was thawed
Over 2,000 tonnes of wheat from Russia delivered to North Korea
Two fat-and-oil plants in southern Ukraine put up for sale
Ukraine. Groats production in January 2019 increased by 35%
Saudi Arabia stepped up barley imports from Ukraine by 17%
Ukrainian agri products exports to Poland surge
Turkey, Ukraine close to signing free trade agreement
Ukrainian sugar industry has an untapped potential
Russia helping Venezuela with wheat supplies
Ukraine. Astarta-Kyiv purchased 130 railcars
Belarus. A facility for advanced soybean processing to get erected in Smorgon
Bulgaria. Weather conditions caused winter crops to resume growing
Russian wheat export prices kept sliding last week
Kazakhstan plans to export nine million tonnes of grain and flour
European Union to help Moldova in developing soybean production
Ukraine shipped abroad 16 MMT of corn
Ukraine reduced 40 pct flour exports
Ukraine. Corn stocks still up 34% year-on-year
Romania decreased barley exports by 11%
Belarus. Brief cold-spell poses no threat to winter grains
Flour exports from Kazakhstan slowing in MY 2018/19
Ukraine. Sunflower oil production recovered to a record high
Ukrainian Agrarian Fund to provide UAH 2.5 BLN for spring forward campaign
Ukraine intends to increase exports of agricultural products to Poland – experts
Russian wheat discount to Australian wheat at its narrowest in 9 months
High grain prices may lead to higher reduction in sugar beet acreages in the CIS — Sucden
Russia has 4-5 million tonnes of old-crop wheat to export – trader
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