World agriculture news

World agriculture news from UkrAgroConsult. Oilseeds and grain market news, wheat, corn, soybean, rapeseed, sunflower news, prices and futures, logistics, food industry, politics, economics, comments of experts.
The EU moves to reduce palm oil use. Malaysia hits back at ‘politics of protectionism’
Drought a further ‘disruption’ to Australia’s wheat market share in South-East Asia
Iraq sees wheat crop almost doubling on more rainfall
Algeria bought about 450,000 tonnes wheat in tender
Argentina forecasted to increase the wheat area planted for the 2019/20 season
Ukraine dominates corn supplies to Great Britain
China’s soybean demand has been hit by swine flu
US corn inspected for export falls 11% on week, 44% on year
In the USDA’s March report, the Black Sea oilseed crop in the 2018/19 season was raised to 45.6 MMT (+0.1 MMT),
Global wheat output seen to rebound 4% from 2018 - AMIS
UkrAgroConsult work schedule during March 8 holidays!
India may need over 1.5 mil mt corn imports to offset domestic deficit: sources
Global cereal markets remain well supplied in 2018/19 despite lower production - FAO
he FAO Food Price Index rises mostly on higher dairy prices
China Will Buy More Than Just Soybeans
Nigeria Imports N362bn Worth of Wheat in 2018
Egypt aims to harvest 3.6 mln tonnes of wheat this season
ANDE Logistics Services – Official Sponsor of “Black Sea Grain-2019”
China’s informal curbs unnerve trading partners
India mustard crushing rises 33% on year to 500,000 tn in February
WTO rules against China grain supports
China to buy 50% more palm oil from Malaysia
Saudi Arabia’s SAGO pays $20/mt less as wheat prices fall
Brazil's 2018/19 soy exports forecasted to decline : smaller crop and domestic prices higher
Global palm oil demand set for first contraction in two decades
Australian wheat share grows in south-east Asia
The date of the signing of the trade agreement between the US and China has been postponed again
Egypt issued a tender to purchase vegetable oils
ISO cuts 2018/2019 sugar surplus estimate to 641,000 tonnes
Saudi Arabia buys 625,000 tonnes of wheat in tender
Extended view