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Thursday, March 25, 2004
Strike Ends At Brazil's Paranagua Port
March 25, 2004 Strike Ends At Brazil's Paranagua Port The six-day strike at Paranagua port ended today after exporters and unions came to an agreement. The shutdown at Brazil's biggest grain port brought soybean exports to a standstill and ...
Friday, March 19, 2004
CBOT Soybean Futures Up As Delays Hit Brazil's Paranagua Port
March 19, 2004 CBOT Soybean Futures Up As Delays Hit Brazil's Paranagua Port   CBOT soybean futures moved closer to $10 per bushel partly due to massive delays at Brazil's Paranagua port, according traders.   Authorities at Paranagua, Brazi ...
Wednesday, February 11, 2004
Drought To Affect Brazil's Parana Soy Crop Harvest
February 11, 2004 Drought To Affect Brazil's Parana Soy Crop Harvest The soy crop harvest in Brazil's southern state of Parana, the country's second largest soy producer, will be 6.7% less than previous estimates due to drought in the west ...
Tuesday, November 25, 2003
Brazil Paranagua Port Investment Insufficient For Next Soy Harvest
November 25, 2003 Brazil Paranagua Port Investment Insufficient For Next Soy Harvest Soy exporters will suffer serious tailbacks and delays at Brazil's Paranagua port because of a lack of investment there, Agriculture Ministry Roberto Rodri ...
Tuesday, November 18, 2003
Cargill Cannot Operate in Brazil's Paranagua Due To Contaminated GMO Seeds
November 18, 2003 Cargill Cannot Operate in Brazil's Paranagua Due To Contaminated GMO Seeds U.S. agribusiness giant Cargill Inc. would not be allowed to operate in Brazil's main soybean port of Paranagua as long as it still has soybeans "c ...
Monday, September 1, 2003
Brazil Paranagua in Negotiation to Export Large Volume of Soybean to China
September 1, 2003 Brazil Paranagua in Negotiation to Export Large Volume of Soybean to China The Brazilian grain port of Paranagua is negotiating a deal with Chinese authorities who would commit to buying a fixed annual volume of soybeans f ...

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