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Los tres factores que golpearon a las legumbres

Durante varias campañas, para algunas regiones productivas, las legumbres fueron el "antídoto" que permitía esquivar las retenciones y complicaciones comerciales que por entonces tenía el trigo. La campaña 2018/19 está siendo para las legumbres (en particular, para las especialidades en general) algo así como el ...

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Lentil growers defy dry southern winter

Almost a year after the local grains industry was rocked by news of India imposing hefty tariffs on pulse imports, WA’s lentil sector is showing signs of bouncing back. As harvest of this increasingly popular legume got under way in south-east coastal areas, there were reports of ...

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India faces heat over import curbs on pulses

ndia is facing increased heat at the World Trade Organization for continuing with its quantitative restrictions (QRs) on import of certain pulses to check falling prices in the domestic market. Australia, Canada and the US, who had complained about the restrictions imposed in April, have submitted fresh questions on the validity ...

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India may resume buying pulses

India could be back in the red lentil market in the new year because of shrinking government supplies and poor rabi crop prospects, says a Canadian exporter of the crop. India will be back in the market for Canadian pulses in the new year, according to an exporter and a commodity ...

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Import of pulses surges to $202m

KARACHI: Import of pulses, after witnessed a declining trend in FY18, bounced back from July onwards as lower prices in world market encouraged traders. Imports soared to 316,324 tonnes costing $202 million in 4MFY19, from 192,942 tonnes valuing $172m in same period last year, up by 64 per cent in quantity ...

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Canada’s Saskatchewan to woo India for giving trade relations a boost Saskatchewan is using the current situation to highlight other sectors of interest

The Canadian Prairie province of Saskatchewan, with a population of just over a million, plays a mega role in the Indo-Canadian trade relationship. In November, Saskatchewan’s Premier Scott Moe — equivalent to the chief minister of an Indian state — will travel to India on a weeklong visit. He will ...

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Govt eyes 1.5 mt of additional pulses output in rabi season starting Oct

India's annual pulses consumption is estimated at 25 million tonnes The government has set a target to achieve an additional output of 1.5 million tonnes during the rabi sowing season beginning October – November. To achieve this target, the government plans to implement “targeting rice fallow area (TRFA)” in eastern India - ...

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Brasil volta a importar Feijão

Feijão-carioca – As vendas para atender este final de mês estão ocorrendo até agora de forma pulverizada. O Nordeste, de maneira geral, tem buscado seu abastecimento em torno de Brasília e noroeste de Minas Gerais, onde os produtores receberam ofertas durante a sexta-feira entre R$ 100/105. Raros foram os negócios ...

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Kharif 2018: Report casts cloud on crop output on rainfall pattern

Rice and pulses to see marginal fall, negative impact of rain deficit on vegetables Production of rice, maize and pulses during kharif 2018 may fall marginally from the level seen last summer unless rainfall patterns improve, a group of analysts at HDFC Bank said on Thursday, but added that a clearer ...

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Pulses feel pressure from rising ending stocks

The carry-in for peas is predicted to increase for the third consecutive year to settle at 700,000 tonnes. | Randy Vanderveen photo Carry-in stocks are expected to increase for the 2018-19 marketing year because of the slow pace of Canadian exports Increasing pulse ending stocks are going to continue to play into ...

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