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IEG Vu Global Outlook 2020: Grains and oilseeds outlook – high stocks fuel market competition

27 Jan 2020

Underpinning the markets for grains and oilseeds in 2019/20 is a general state of abundance. Stocks are high, yields are growing, and even where production concerns have hit major exporters there looks to be enough surplus elsewhere to cover demand.

Topic Shifts in geopolitical landscape

Does US-China deal deliver for US meat exporters?

By Max Green 21 Jan 2020

Phase One agreement offers real gains but leaves some key issues unresolved.

Topic Food regulation and policy Shifts in geopolitical landscape

Food and Agriculture Briefing

By Peter Rixon 21 Jan 2020

Luxembourg to ban glyphosate, Italy cracks down on Mafia, Mexico-US trade deal approved.

Topic Food regulation and policy Shifts in geopolitical landscape

IEG Vu Global Outlook 2020: Meat market bull run continues as ASF spreads in Asia

20 Jan 2020

China ramping up imports of pork, poultry and beef to offset its own pig herd losses.

Topic Shifts in geopolitical landscape

Argentine lemon juice prices sink even lower

By Neil Murray 15 Jan 2020

The slide in Argentina's lemon juice prices is continuing, in contrast to earlier hopes that the market had bottomed out and prices would start to firm.

IEG Vu Global Outlook 2020: World sugar production to hit four-year low

13 Jan 2020

A drop in global sugar production in 2019/20 may be bigger than previously thought. 

Topic Shifts in geopolitical landscape

Consulting

Growing importance of China and India in the global crop protection market

By Dr Edward Oliver 03 Dec 2019

Latest estimates from Agribusiness Consulting show that pesticides manufactured in China and India have taken an increasing proportion of the global crop protection market.

Central Europe, the CAP and Corruption – why the EU can do little to stop it

07 Nov 2019

The NYT article exposes the limits of the EU’s powers to oversee issues which fall under national competence, such as land ownership, sales and leasing.

Topic Shifts in geopolitical landscape