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.
Demand for Malaysian palm oil seen to rise by 15% following export tax suspension
Sub-zero temperatures may have damaged Kansas wheat
U.S. Harvested Wheat Acres Seen Different Than USDA’s Planted Estimate
Black Sea Grain-2018: European Commission expert to make an outlook on Ukraine-EU grain and food trade
CBOT corn prices decreased 1.25% last week
Kazakhstan. November’s grain exports reached the largest volume since 2012
Auspicious start to Vietnamese rice export in 2018
Logistics agency to distribute 142,000 tons of rice to poor families in January
Cameroon develops 37 varieties of rice through a cooperation with South Korea
Bursa Malaysia crude palm oil futures fall on concerns over EU Parliament vote on RED II provisions
Egypt purchased Russian wheat in a tender
Morocco looks poised for large setback in wheat output this year
EBRD, FAO work toward food security in Egypt
Will sugar futures prove ag's worst performers in 2018 too?
Brazil’s 2018 Soybean Harvest Is Underway
Egypt: soybeans of local origin purchased in a tender
Ukraine used up all of its main and additional quotas for wheat and corn supplies to the European Union in 2018
Cargill suspends business with Guatemalan palm oil supplier
Malaysian palm oil price rebounds on lower production outlook
Bayer bolsters hybrid rice production in PH
Egypt issued milling wheat tender
Rice exports expected to hit more than three million tonnes
Unreliable data forced hand in rice import: Minister
Asia needs to transform on ‘producing more with less’
Black Sea Grain-2018: Join a Risk Management Course by INTL FCStone
Black Sea countries: agri outlook for 2018 by Sergey Feofilov
INTL FCStone: Brazil to produce 110.1 MMT of soybeans; higher than previous forecast
In Vietnam import tax on sugar to remain at 5%
USDA raises 2017 corn estimate, lowers soybeans from November
USDA raises 2018 wheat carryover forecast by 3%
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