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Tag: Argentine wheat exports

  • Sunday, December 15th 2019 - 10:58 UTC

    Rise on Argentine agrifood export taxes decreed, effective immediately

      Law Professor Fernández increased taxation by means of a decree

    Argentine President Alberto Fernández signed a decree whereby export taxes on soy, wheat, corn and beef go up. The decree became available Saturday as it appeared in the Official Gazette and is effective immediately.

  • Thursday, August 9th 2018 - 07:02 UTC

    Argentina expecting a bumper 2018/19 wheat crop of some 20m tons

    A bumper crop would come at a time of shrinking global supplies, with bad weather hurting crops in regions like Europe, Australia, Canada and the Black Sea

    Argentine farmers are finishing this year's wheat sowing, helped by moist soils and cold weather that is prolonging the vegetative stage of crops, raising hopes of high yields and a record harvest, growers and analysts said on Wednesday. Cold Southern Hemisphere winter weather allows seedlings to grow more sprigs per plant. Harvesting starts in November.

  • Monday, February 13th 2017 - 16:41 UTC

    Argentina expects at least 15 million tons of wheat from the 2016/17 crop

    Argentine farmers likely planted 5.19 million hectares with wheat this year, the Agriculture Ministry said. Argentine wheat is harvested in December and January.

    Argentine farmers are expected to harvest at least 15 million tons of wheat in the 2016/17 crop year versus 11.3 million in the previous season, Agriculture Minister Ricardo Buryaile said last week. Wheat planting in Argentina expanded dramatically when President Mauricio Macri eliminated export taxes soon after his December inauguration.

  • Tuesday, November 1st 2016 - 08:11 UTC

    Argentina 2016/17 wheat production estimated at 14.4m tons and 8m tons exports

    Argentina wheat exports in 2013-14 to Brazil dropped by more than half, to about 2 million tons

    Argentina’s wheat production is estimated at 14.4 million tons in 2016-17 and total exports are estimated at 8.03 million tons, the U.S. Department of Agriculture’s (USDA) Foreign Agricultural Services (FAS) said in its latest report. The main market is expected to be Brazil, the historic, natural market for Argentine wheat and flour.

  • Thursday, June 23rd 2016 - 19:17 UTC

    Argentina planting an additional million hectares of wheat this winter

    Minister Buryaile said the area planted with wheat will reach 5.3 million hectares, a million more than the previous harvest.

    Argentina is planting an additional one million of hectares with wheat this austral winter, taking the total area to 5.3 million hectares, spurred by the end of export duties and quotas, and a floating exchange rate, according to the Agro/Industry ministry in Buenos Aires.

  • Tuesday, June 14th 2016 - 08:32 UTC

    Brazil and Argentina crop problems raise demand for US supplies

    USDA trimmed its 2015/16 Brazil corn harvest outlook by 3.5mmetric tons to 77.50m metric tons and its Brazil soy harvest outlook by 2m metric tons to 97m tons

    Domestic supplies of corn and soybeans will be tighter than expected in the United States as problems with crops in Brazil and Argentina have raised demand for U.S. supplies from overseas buyers, the U.S. Agriculture Department. In its latest monthly supply and demand report, the government cut its new-crop and old-crop ending stocks outlooks for both corn and soybeans by more than analysts had forecast.

  • Wednesday, May 18th 2016 - 12:07 UTC

    Argentina forecasted to increase wheat area by 25% for a 15/16 million tons crop

    Argentina, the world’s 10th biggest wheat exporter, shipped 3.13 million tons of the grain in the first quarter of 2016 versus 1.53 million in the same 2015 period

    Argentine wheat exports more than doubled in the first quarter, government data showed, as farmers rushed to sell stockpiles ahead of an expected jump in plantings spurred by the open-market policies of new President Mauricio Macri. The surge in Argentine supply is hitting an oversaturated world market and putting downward pressure on wheat prices already near their lowest levels in six years.