Corn exports likely to fall by over 37 per cent this year: USDA

11/11/2012

NEW DELHI: India's corn exports are likely to decline by 37.5 per cent to 3 million tonnes this year due to expected fall in production and weak global prices, a report has said.

US grain company seeks a piece of Russian wheat pie

11/11/2012

U.S food company Bunge Ltd is considering buying a stake in Russia’s United Grain Co, one of the world's leading wheat producers, as the Russian state prepares to sell a 50% stake in the company.

Russia expands grain market intervention

11/11/2012

Russian authorities have started full scale intervention in the domestic grain market to curb prices and control exports after a severe drought.

Improving economic data in China to give firm footing for new leaders

11/10/2012

Improved factory output and consumer spending in China may be another sign that economic recovery is near. It provides solid ground for the new generation of the country’s leaders who’re set to be named at the ruling party meeting in Beijing.

Russia's trade with Asia-Pacific region to be more than with EU in 10 years

11/10/2012

Russian trade with the Asia-Pacific countries is likely to surpass the trade volume with the European Union in the coming five to ten years, First Deputy Prime Minister Igor Shuvalov forecast at the Asia-Pacific Economic Cooperation summit in Vladivostok.

China exports accelerate in October, imports weak

11/10/2012

BEIJING — China's export growth accelerated in October in a fresh sign the world's second-largest economy is recovering from a painful slump, but the commerce minister warned that exporters face tough conditions in coming months.

China Exports Exceed Estimates in Sign of Global Pickup

11/10/2012

China’s exports rose more than estimated in October, adding to signs the world’s second-biggest economy will rebound this quarter after industrial output climbed at the fastest pace in five months.

House to take up Russia trade bill next week

11/10/2012

WASHINGTON (AP) — One of the first actions of the lame-duck Congress is an expected vote to give U.S. exporters greater access to Russia's newly opened markets.