*Bangladesh has stepped up buying in wake of floods. MUMBAI/ DHAKA, Jan 10- India's rice exports likely jumped 22 percent in 2017 to a record 12.3 million tonnes as neighbouring Bangladesh ramped up purchases after flooding hit its crops, industry officials told Reuters. The boost in shipments from the world's top exporter of the grain is set to extend into 2018 as...
*Bangladesh has stepped up buying in wake of floods. MUMBAI/ DHAKA, Jan 10- India's rice exports likely jumped 22 percent in 2017 to a record 12.3 million tonnes as neighboring Bangladesh ramped up purchases after flooding hit its crops, industry officials told Reuters. The boost in shipments from the world's top exporter of the grain is set to extend into 2018 as...
*Bangladesh becomes big rice importer after floods hit crops. DHAKA, Dec 6- Bangladesh will import 150,000 tonnes of rice from India in a state deal priced at $440 a tonne, two food ministry officials said on Wednesday, as the government races to restore depleted reserves and combat high prices. Bangladesh had already sealed a deal with India's another state...
*Traders say Iraq bought as much as 450,000 tonnes. BAGHDAD, Nov 2- Iraq has purchased U.S. wheat in a direct deal, outside the tender process, two Iraqi officials said on Thursday. Iraq's cabinet in May authorised the ministry of trade to make direct purchases of wheat and rice to guarantee food security.
Oct 24- General Administration of Customs data on Tuesday:. *China Sept rice exports to North Korea down 85.1 percent y/y at 2,396 tonnes. *China Sept corn exports to North Korea up sharply from year earlier, at 1,160 tonnes.
NEW YORK/ CHICAGO, Oct 9- Adecoagro SA sees a long-term opportunity in the Trump administration's call for a renegotiation of NAFTA, spying a chance for corn, rice and other crops it produces in Argentina and Brazil to find a market in Mexico, its CEO said. Farming and agricultural processing firm Adecoagro has shipped cargoes of corn and rice to Mexico from South...
JAKARTA, Sept 5- Indonesia's trade ministry has capped retail prices for most types of rice, looking to "maintain stability" in the cost of the commodity which lies at the heart of cuisine in the Southeast Asian nation. The decree, issued last week with immediate effect, puts ceiling prices at between 9,450 rupiah to 10,250 rupiah per kilogram for 25- percent broken...
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