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09 August 2022

05.05.2008

Russia: spring grain crops are sowed almost on 40% of the planned area

According to the Press-Service of the Ministry of Agriculture of Russia, as for May 4, the spring crops are sowed at the area of 17.3 mln ha (35.2% from the plan), up 5.1 mln ha as compared to the analogous data of 2007 and up 6.4 mln ha as compared to the average sowing area in the recent years.

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22.04.2008

EU set to scrap biofuels target amid fears of food crisis

The European commission is backing away from its insistence on imposing a compulsory 10% quota of biofuels in all petrol and diesel by 2020, a central plank of its programme to lead the world in combating climate change.

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17.04.2008

Yugtranzitservis sells the port in Taganrog

One of the main grain traders, "Yugtranzitservis", sells its main port - JSC "Taganrog Shipyard".

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16.04.2008

Change in farming can feed world - report

Sixty countries backed by the World Bank and most UN bodies yesterday called for radical changes in world farming to avert increasing regional food shortages, escalating prices and growing environmental problems.

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16.04.2008

Russia: the spring crops were sown at 10% of the planned area

According to the Federal Statistics Service of Russia, as for April 14, the area under spring crops sowings totaled 5 mln ha (10.2% from the plan), up 323.200 ha as compared to the same period last season.

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16.04.2008

'People Are Dying Before Our Eyes'

In the Middle Eastern country of Yemen, people get by on an average of Ђ1.18 ($1.86) per day. The government faces the challenges of a wave of refugees from Somalia, tribal warfare in the north and the constant threat of terrorism.

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16.04.2008

The Fury of the Poor

Around the world, rising food prices have made basic staples like rice and corn unaffordable for many people, pushing the poor to the barricades because they can no longer get enough to eat. But the worst is yet to come.

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16.04.2008

Oxfam Claims Low Prices Terrible for Laborers

A new study by Oxfam Germany claims that German discount supermarkets contribute to the poor treatment of fruit-farm workers in developing nations.

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15.04.2008

How will Ukrainian agriculture benefit from the Free Trade Agreement accession with the EU?

Nowadays, European Union is the most important trade partner of Ukraine with the 30% share of total foreign trade balance of Ukraine. EU countries also provided Ukraine with more than 3/4 of its foreign direct investment.

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15.04.2008

Kazakhstan: the Government took decision to introduce the prohibition for wheat export

According to the Press-Service of the Prime-Minister of Kazakhstan, on the today's meeting of the Government they took decision about introduction of the prohibition for wheat export for the period till September 1, 2008, that is till the first harvest, without limitation of flour export.

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14.04.2008

Russia to ship to Mongolia 100.000 tonnes of wheat

According to the Prime-Minister of Russia Victor Zubkov, Russia will export to Mongolia 100.000 tonnes of wheat.

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