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The resolution taken by cabinet encouraging millers and bakers to establish outgrowers scheme in wheat production will boost food self sufficiency and reduce the trade deficit. Zimbabwe spends at least $250 million annually for wheat imports to compliment…
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Godwin Obaseki. Photo: Twitter/GovernorObaseki As Nosak Group Participates At Edo Food And Agric FairWith the revelation that Nigeria spends over N20b on food importation yearly, there is need for financial inclusion in the country’s agricultural system,…
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Nigeria’s Vegetables and other edibles rejected by United States recently. For the country’s agricultural produce to be widely accepted by the international markets, all players in produce export must strictly follow the standard set by the countries.…
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On December 12, Egypt purchased 180 KMT of milling wheat from Romania & Russia to be delivered on February 01 – 10, 2019 at an average price of USD 257.11/MT C&F. The price in the previous tender equaled USD 253.11/MT C&F, reports UkrAgroConsult. The…
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In a bid to boost food production, the Cross River State Government has trained 1,000 farmers on how to improve farming with modern technology. The post Cross River trains 1000 on digital farming appeared first on – Nigeria and World News. Source link
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One thousand members of the Nasrul-Lahil-il-Fath Society of Nigeria (NASFAT) are currently undergoing trainings on agric business, to add their quota to food production in the country. The society has also registered a cooperative society known as Green…
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India’s sugar production could fall in 2019/20 as farmers are struggling to plant cane because of a drought in two of the country’s top producing states, according to multiple industry officials and traders. “Many farmers couldn’t plant cane in…
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Iraq has signed an agreement with the United States to import U.S. wheat and rice, the Iraqi trade minister said on Thursday. The agreement covers the first half of 2019, Mohammed Hashim said at a signing ceremony in Baghdad. “The agreement signals a…
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Chinese state-owned buyers are rumoured to have bought up to 30 cargoes of US soybeans, according to three market sources, demonstrating a thaw in trade relations between the US and China. The cargoes were rumoured to have been bought by state-owned…
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A couple of days ago we offered an update on US beef import statistics and outlook for next year, writes Steiner Consulting Group, DLR Division, Inc. The official export data for October was released by USDA-FAS on Thursday (6 December) afternoon and what…
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