Thursday, May 20, 2021
Port workers in Argentina extend strike, disrupting grains exports
Argentina's port workers at have extended their strike over a lack of COVID-19 vaccinations among members, disrupting grains exports in the country, Reuters reported.
Wednesday, May 19, 2021
Shares of major Brazilian meatpackers fall following Argentina's beef export ban
Major Brazilian meatpackers Marfrig and Minerva saw their shares fall following Argentina's 30-day beef export ban, which affected their operations in that country, Reuters reported.
Wednesday, May 19, 2021
Argentina farm groups halt trading to protest 30-day ban on beef exports
Argentine farm groups will stop livestock trading to protest the government's 30-day ban on beef exports, which was imposed to curb rising domestic prices, Reuters reported.
Monday, May 10, 2021
Argentina grain and oilseed exports reach record high
Argentina's CIARA-CEC chamber of export companies said Argentina's agricultural exports have reached a record high US$9.755 billion between January to April 2021, thanks to surging international prices for grains and oilseeds, Reuters repor ...
Monday, May 3, 2021
Argentina recognises compartmentalisation for pigs
Argentina's National Agrifood Health and Quality Service (SENASA) has approved the general guidelines for the official recognition of compartments that are "free of diseases affecting swine," by means of Resolution 192/2021.
Monday, April 26, 2021
2020/2021 Argentina corn crop forecast increased to 50 million tonnes
The Rosario grains exchange has increased Argentina's 2020/2021 corn crop forecast from 48.5 million tonnes to 50 million tonnes, because of a higher planting area and good yields in the Cordoba province, Reuters reported.
Monday, April 26, 2021
Argentina imposes meat export registration, causing worries of export limits
Argentina has reestablished a meat export registration system on April 20, leading to worries among cattle producers of possible export limits as the government attempts to keep domestic food prices down in the face of double-digit inflatio ...
Monday, April 5, 2021
Upcoming Argentina dry spell to help corn and soy harvest
Climatologists said an upcoming dry spell will help kick off corn and soy harvesting in Argentina, following rains at the country's farm belt since mid-March that has stopped the deterioration of both commodities' yields, Reuters reported.
Thursday, March 11, 2021
Argentina cuts down its soy crop estimates due to drought, further cuts expected
A major drought in Argentina has affected soy crops in key parts of the country's farm belt, resulting in the Rosario Grains Exchange cutting down its 2020/2021 soy crop harvest estimate by 4 million tonnes to 45 million tonnes, Reuters rep ...
Wednesday, March 10, 2021
Reduced wheat sowing in Argentina due to Chinese demand for barley
Wheat sowing in Argentina is set to drop this year as farmers are concerned over the risk of state intervention in the market, while new growing demand from China for barley may persuade some farmers to switch crops, Reuters reported.
Monday, March 8, 2021
US soybean futures push higher as global supplies could be affected by Argentina's dry weather
United States soybean futures pushed higher on a fourth straight weekly gain last week, as global soybean supplies could be affected by Argentina's dry weather, Reuters reported.
Monday, February 15, 2021
Forecasts raised for Argentina's corn and soybean harvest thanks to rains
The Rosario grains exchange revised its forecasts for corn and soybean harvests in Argentina thanks to abundant rains in recent weeks, a boost for the country amid a worldwide food price rally, Reuters reported.
Monday, February 8, 2021
Grains transport workers in Argentina request COVID-19 vaccine priority
Argentina's main transport group, the Argentine Confederation of Transport Workers (CATT), has requested Argentina's government officials for their industry to be among the "vital activities" to have COVID-19 vaccine priority, Reu ...
Friday, February 5, 2021
Argentina may increase grains export taxes to control inflation
Cecilia Todesca, Argentina's President's Deputy Chief of Staff, said the government may increase grains export taxes to control the country's high inflation, Reuters reported.
Tuesday, January 26, 2021
Argentina's export hub grains supply steadily recovers after strike by truckers
Grains and oilseeds delivery to Rosario, Argentina's export hub is steadily recovering after roads from the farm belt to port were blocked by truckers who protested for weeks, Reuters reported.

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