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Grain Trade Solution - Trends
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"Soybean demand surges....China and Taiwan have committed to purchasing huge loads of U.S. soybeans, boosting expectations that export sales will reach a new high. China alone bought $7.3 billion in U.S. soybeans in 2008 and is expected to nearly double that this year". ST. LOUIS POST-DISPATCH, 18/10/2009 "Rabobank sees upside trend for grain commodities prices" World-Grain.com, 30/10/ 2009 "India, the 2nd largest rice grower, may become a net importer for the first time in 21 years in 2010, potentially sparking shortfalls that sent prices to a record high in 2008, said Samarendu Mohanty, a senior economist at the ...
In 2008, the world witnessed an unprecedented food crisis. Food prices skyrocketed, and staple food disappeared from the market shelves. The resulting tremors were felt across the globe, with some 37 countries facing food riots. Was the food crisis an outcome of the drought in Australia? Or was it because wheat production had fallen? Or was it because quite a sizable area under foodgrains had been diverted for biofuel production? The world had debated these options, but what emerged clearly was that much of it was triggered because ... Read More
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