China-based Migao and Russia’s EuroChem formed a joint venture to build a fertilizer plant in China to begin production in 2014.
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WA Government Signs Agreement With Chinese-Owned Kimberly Agricultural Investment on Ord Irrigation Scheme
The Western Australia government and KAI signed an agreement that would double the size of the Ord Irrigation Scheme.
Australia’s second biggest wheat exporter, CBH Group, is under pressure to abandon its co-op model amid investor interest.
Pork has ranked as the fastest growing protein in the food service industry for each of the past two years.
The European Bank for Reconstruction and Development has increased its financing of Ukrainian agribusiness MHP to US$100 million.
After strong imports in 2013 resulting in high domestic inventory, China’s sugar imports could fall by half to 2 million tons in 2014.
Dmitry Mazepin will buy a 20% stake in Uralkali through his fertilizer company Uralchem in a deal worth $2.9 billion.
In an updated report, the USDA increased its forecast for agricultural exports for FY 2014 by $2 billion to $137 billion.
Macquarie Commodity Research announced the creation of the Macquarie Agricultural Commodity Price Index (MacPI).
According to Oil World China is expected to account for 64% of world soybean imports in 2013/14 from 61% the year before.
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