This year, Argentina will rise first corn crop by 26% compared to the last 5-year average. By mid-November, farmers planted 15% more corn than the last five years. Good yield prospects, especially in the country's core productive region, boost the forecast for corn arrivals at Rosario Hub's ports between the end of February and the first half of April.
The Supreme Court's decision to resend Monsanto's Bt cotton case to the trial court will ensure judicial scrutiny of all aspects of the patent once again
The peso suffered blows Wednesday, reaching its highest rate in four months.
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Between August and October 2018, the Argentine Government introduced several changes to the export taxes scheme that had a direct impact on the local soybean complex.
One Sea has secured new funding to support its work towards an operating autonomous maritime ecosystem by 2025 and at the same time added Shipbrokers Finland as a new partner.
Wheat exports in the first months of 2018/19 cycle reached the 2nd highest value in the last 30 years. In February, wheat price decreased considerably in Argentina following the lower logistical pressure of the cereal for the rest of the year.
Soybean crushing in Argentina fell by 12% in 2018 but soybean oil and meal continued to lead the country's exports. On the other hand, corn crushing grew underpinned by ethanol industry.
Source: 78 percent of children in Venezuela are at risk of malnutrition due to food shortages and hyperinflation, Pediatric Society representatives said.
Soybean market in Argentina seems to hardly suffer the impact of the trade war between the US and China. Meanwhile, corn export business took off this week as the harvest seasons approaches in Argentina.
Wheat finishes January with gains both in the international market and in the local market, despite the record volume of new crop wheat that entered the market so far in Argentina. The forecast of a difficult commercial year due to tight international supply underpins wheat prices worldwide.
Argentina and Brazil are two worldwide-recognized food suppliers. When it comes to soybeans, both countries have a marked export profile. In the last 5 years, Brazil has exported around 60% of its beans production while Argentina shipped only 15%. Argentina is much more focused on exporting value added products such as soybean oil and meal. Then, which are the comparative advantages that explain the differences and similarities of soy complexes in both countries?
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