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Grain elevators, port damaged after Russian attack
Since leaving the grain deal in mid-July, Russia has destroyed 180,000 tonnes of grain crops and 26 port infrastructure facilities.
Russia attacks Ukrainian grain port after leaving export deal
Falling debris and blast waves damaged unspecified port infrastructure in one of Ukraine's main ports.
Black Sea Grain Initiative ends as Russia withdraws
Russia formally notified Ukraine it was suspending its participation in the Black Sea grain deal.
Ghana receives support to boost soybean production for feed
To help farmers in Ghana to increase soybean production, the government of Japan is providing substantial funding to the West African state’s whole soy production chain.
Mexico to implement 50% tariff on white corn imports
The 50% import tax will be in place until December 31.
Bill would safeguard US exports during FAD outbreak
Safe American Food Exports Act would codify USDA’s role in negotiating regionalization agreements for animal products
Ukrainian grain restrictions extended by EU
Russia continues to block Black Sea as grain deal looks uncertain.
US begins USMCA dispute against Mexico's biotech corn restrictions
Consultations regard certain Mexican measures substituting the use of biotechnology corn in products for human consumption and animal feed.
Mexico: Recent biotech corn decree should avoid trade panel
Mexican Agriculture Minister Victor Villalobos said country's plans are in compliance with the USMCA.
Russia warns over Black Sea grain deal
Russian foreign minister says a UN agreement aimed at overcoming obstacles to Russian grain and fertilizer exports needs to be fulfilled.
CHS CEO: Geopolitical events have shifted grain trade
Jay Debertin says world events have dramatically changed trade flows and the global agriculture market finds itself caught in the middle.
Black Sea grain deal extended 60 days
Ukraine's deputy prime minister welcomes the continuation of the initiative, but emphasizes it must work effectively.
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