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Agribusiness
Input costs double in two years
Phelim O'Neill
UN Food and Agriculture Organisation November report identifies the cost of global agricultural inputs and the effect it has had on production and trade.
23 November 2022 News
European machinery lead times running at almost seven months- CEMA
CEMA’s latest market trends report outlines that the volume of orders for European manufacturers corresponds to a production lead time of almost seven months.
22 November 2022 News
Agri-food exceptions to trade sanctions found to have worked
Carve-outs in trade sanctions for food and fertiliser have sustained exports and offsets have also been key, writes Anne Finnegan.
Ukrainian agriculture loses €33bn due to war
Ukraine’s Ministry of Agrarian Policy has published its analysis of income and production losses hitting its farmers due to the ongoing war.
19 November 2022 News
Deal likely between Russia and Ukraine on Black Sea Grain exports
Extension of the Black Sea Grain deal is likely, with the resumption of Russian trade a key focus.
16 November 2022 News
Opinion: we don't have to fear gridlock or flip-flop in farm policy
The US elections are a source of fascination and the outcome has real impacts on Ireland and farming, but we needn't fear an Irish repeat of their political gridlock.
12 November 2022 Opinion
Grain Trends: prices fall on evolving sentiment
Reduced expected demand seems to have moved a tight supply into an adequately balanced market, provided the southern hemisphere delivers.
9 November 2022 Markets
Ukraine’s farmers: 'too many people are dependent on us to quit'
Ukrainian farmers continue to adapt to the challenges Russia’s invasion has brought them but export logistics continue to impact profitability. Barry Murphy reports.
9 November 2022 News
‘Heavy lifting’ needed from agriculture to cut emissions – Hackett
Minister of State Pippa Hackett says the latest tranche of the Organic Farming Scheme, which opened two weeks ago, “is already taking in hundreds of farmers”.
7 November 2022 News
Sanctions and morality in trade
Importing fertiliser from Russia has raised the question about the morality, as well as the legality, of this trade.
6 November 2022 News
Grain Trends: Black Sea decisions drive markets
The majority of market movement over the past seven days hinged around the varying statements on the Black Sea corridor
2 November 2022 Markets
Fears for global food prices as Russia suspends Black Sea grain initiative
Russia's decision to suspend the Black Sea Grain Initiative will increase grain and food prices in the short term but yet again threatens food security in the coming years writes Anne Finnegan
1 November 2022 News