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Tuesday, September 30, 2003
Chinese Wheat Millers Visit U.S. Crops
September 30, 2003 Chinese Wheat Millers Visit U.S. Crops A 12-person delegation of five Chinese flour mills is visiting Illinois, Nebraska, North Dakota and Oregon this week to get first-hand knowledge of this year's crop, according to the ...
Monday, September 29, 2003
South Korea Feed Group Buys 27,000 Tons Wheat
September 29, 2003 South Korea Feed Group Buys 27,000 Tons Wheat South Korea Feed Association has agreed to buy a total of 27,000 metric tons of optional-origin feed wheat from Toepfer in a tender Monday, said a KFA official. Out of this, 1 ...
Monday, September 29, 2003
China's Henan To Auction 1 Million Tons Wheat In Mid-October
September 29, 2003 China's Henan To Auction 1 Million Tons Wheat In Mid-October China's central Henan province will offer 1 million metric tons of old wheat from state reserves for an auction sale come mid-October, an official from the Chin ...
Friday, September 26, 2003
Argentina Soy, Corn And Wheat Outlook
September 26, 2003 Argentina Soy, Corn And Wheat Outlook Argentine soybean prices closed sharply higher on Thursday after increases at the Chicago Board of Trade translated into gains at the local cereals exchange, traders said. Soybean pri ...
Thursday, September 18, 2003
Australia's Wheat Crop Forecast Near 24 Million Tons
September 18, 2003 Australia's Wheat Crop Forecast Near 24 Million Tons  Production from the new Australian wheat crop is likely to reach almost each 24 million metric tons, Peter McBride, a spokesman for wheat exporter AWB Ltd., said Thurs ...
Thursday, September 18, 2003
World Wheat Stocks At Dangerous Level
September 18, 2003 World Wheat Stocks At Dangerous Level Wheat output must increase substantially as world stocks dive critically low, a senior official at grains trader Nidera Handelscompagne said. "In order to stabilise world stocks, we a ...
Thursday, September 18, 2003
Indian Wheat Down Despite Competitiveness
September 18, 2003 Indian Wheat Down Despite Competitiveness India's global competitiveness and its large wheat stocks have failed to make a large impact on the global trade in the last few months, mainly due to a shortage of railcars.  "It ...
Thursday, September 18, 2003
China Buys 38 Million Tonnes Wheat From 1998 To 2002
September 18, 2003 China Buys 38 Million Tonnes Wheat From 1998 To 2002 China's grains bureau announced Thursday that it bought 38 million tonnes of wheat from farmers between 1998 and 2002, despite recent falls in output. "We sold 50 milli ...
Thursday, September 18, 2003
Turkey Announces Tender To Import 200,000 Tons EU Wheat
September 18, 2003 Turkey Announces Tender To Import 200,000 Tons EU Wheat The Turkish Grains Authority, or TMO, after a tender announced Wednesday said that it will import 200,000 metric tons of milling wheat from the E.U. The TMO has alre ...
Wednesday, September 17, 2003
China Wheat Exports To Recover In 2003
September 17, 2003 China Wheat Exports To Recover In 2003 Chinese wheat exports are expected to reach 1.7 million to 1.8 million tonnes this year, said officials at China's top grains trading firm COFCO Wednesday. Total exports expected thi ...
Tuesday, September 16, 2003
East Asia Grain Importers Keen On Corn, Wheat, Soymeal
September 16, 2003 East Asia Grain Importers Keen On Corn, Wheat, Soymeal East Asian grain markets are expected to be active with many regular tenders to buy corn, milling wheat, soymeal and rice this week, South Korean and Taiwanese trader ...
Monday, September 15, 2003
Japan Still Likely To Buy US Wheat after GMO Planting
September 15, 2003 Japan Still Likely To Buy US Wheat after GMO Planting   Japanese consumers are accustomed to U.S. wheat. They like the end products derived from U.S. wheat. And some traders say the commercialization of genetically modifi ...
Monday, September 15, 2003
European 2003/2004 Wheat Exports Seen Falling
September 15, 2003 European 2003/2004 Wheat Exports Seen Falling Exportable 2003/04 supplies in Europe (EU, Eastern Europe, Russia, and Ukraine) plummeted as a harsh winter and summer drought reduced wheat production by more than a quarter, ...
Thursday, September 11, 2003
China's Qingdao To Sell 20,000 MT Wheat Via Auction
September 11, 2003 China's Qingdao To Sell 20,000 MT Wheat Via Auction China will sell 20,000 metric tons of wheat from state-held reserves via an auction in the Northern city of Qingdao Sept. 18 to replace old grain with new grain, traders ...
Tuesday, September 2, 2003
China Ningxia Province to Buy 12,750 MT New Crop Wheat Sept. 6
September 2, 2003 China Ningxia Province to Buy 12,750 MT New Crop Wheat Sept. 6 China will hold a grain tender this week to buy new crop wheat, local traders said on Sept. 2, citing an official notice from Ningxia Grain and Oils Wholesale ...

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