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205 Results found for "Agriculture, Farming & Raw Materials News"
30 June 2015
Authorities in Cuba have said that they have no plans to introduce the use of transgenic seeds to the Cuban market, Havana Times reports.Although the Cuban Ministry of Agriculture is known t...
22 June 2015
Global seed market vendors have had to adapt to the combined economic pressures of global population growth, climate change, scarcer land resources and shifting agricultural policy dynamics brought...
11 June 2015
Last month's changes in South China's rare earth industry resource tax regime, namely a shift to a value based tax from a volume based tax, come on the back of a WTO ruling against export tariffs o...
11 June 2015
At the Sustainable Water Management conference that is taking place today in Brussels under the aegis of the European Chemical Industry Council or Cefic (from its former French name Conseil Europée...
21 May 2015
Canadian Bio-Systems have included a innovative new multi-carbohydrase technology in their most recent Superzyme feed enzyme series. This technology has been created in order to provide a higher nu...
18 March 2015
The global mechanised irrigation systems market has suffered from a very difficult market environment in the past few years. Market leader Valmont Industries, which controls around 40% of the US me...
16 February 2015
China's largest aluminium producer Chalco has shocked analysts by announcing a higher than expected loss of US$2.6bn in 2014, due to wide ranging asset write-downs and falling prices in the global ...
22 January 2015
The global mushroom market is not an industry that is well known for its widespread technological innovation. However, researchers from Vineland Research and Innovation Centre (VRIC) have been usin...
20 January 2015
An increase in awareness on the importance of livestock health in the animal feed market follows the recent outbreaks of contagious animal diseases. South Korea ordered a 36 hour lockdown last week...
19 January 2015
The first three quarters of 2014 recorded a 309,000 tonne deficit in the zinc mining global market, amounting to five times the 60,000 tonne deficit of 2013. Alongside this, MMG has set production ...
5 January 2015
China has been forced to scrap the export quotas it placed on rare earth ores back in 2009 after a complaint filed by Washington DC with the World Trade Organisation that the restrictions were viol...
31 December 2014
The global agriculture equipment market has experienced high growth figures in recent years, as the global population increases and therefore more people need to be fed. However, countries such as ...
29 December 2014
The world's largest undeveloped gold-copper mine by reserves has moved one step closer to production as Seabridge Gold's KSM project in British Columbia has received approval from Canadian authorit...
23 December 2014
Brazilian miner Vale has seen its iron ore exports increase by 7.6 per cent in the period from January to November of 2014, compared with the first 11 months of last year. In November alone, Vale's...
22 December 2014
Like many other developing economic regions, Africa has benefitted from the sustained boom in commodity prices that lasted until mid-2011. Many countries in Africa, particularly South Africa, have ...
15 December 2014
The global antimony market has had a particularly difficult couple of years, with the last week seeing producers liquidating their stock and many market players unsure of when prices will bottom ou...
5 December 2014
China's fungicide market is expected to experience high growth numbers in the near future, due to the increase in usage of competitive fungicides. The total output of China's pesticide market in 20...
2 December 2014
The search for new frontiers in global agriculture will be, as has always been, driven by consumer demand. In 2014, the farmers of the world fed around 7.2 billion people. By 2050, global food prod...
28 November 2014
The definitions of biostimulants vary greatly from country to country. Because the sector is still emerging and being defined, collecting industry data on biostimulants remains a challenge. Against...
26 November 2014
Deere and Co., expects a drop in its sales of agricultural equipment as farm incomes continue fall. Yield monitoring devices have provided data on the poor harvests which have driven down the price...
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