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Commodity policy developments

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Commodity Group
Commodity
Date
Policy Category
Policy Instrument
Description
Zimbabwe
Grains
Wheat
2019.04
Consumption and marketing
Government market intervention
Announced a plan to set up contract farming as a substitute for wheat imports, which [...]
Syria
Grains
Wheat
2019.04
Consumption and marketing
Government market intervention
Issued a decree establishing a grain company that will replace the state silos, mills and [...]
Sudan
Grains
Wheat
2019.04
Consumption and marketing
Government procurement
Announced the receipt of 2 million sacks of wheat from farmers in the Gezira Scheme, [...]
Afghanistan
Grains
Wheat
2019.04
Trade
Trade agreement
Announced that the country will continue to import wheat and flour from Kazakhstan within the [...]
Bolivia
Grains
Wheat
2019.04
Consumption and marketing
Procurement price
Increased the wheat procurement price from USD 320 per tonne to USD 330 per tonne. [...]
Iran
Grains
Wheat
2019.04
Consumption and marketing
Procurement price
Announced guaranteed prices to purchase wheat from farmers from the 2019 harvest. The procurement price [...]
Zimbabwe
Grains
Wheat
2019.04
Consumption and marketing
Procurement price
Reduced its wheat target by 60 000 tonnes to at least 90 000 tonnes, due [...]
Vietnam
Grains
Wheat
2019.04
Trade
Import requirements
Announced the ban of all herbicides containing glyphosate. Grains containing glyphosate will not be imported [...]
Zimbabwe
Grains
Wheat
2019.04
Consumption and marketing
Government procurement
Revised the producer prices of maize and wheat, which are now set at RTGS 726 [...]
Pakistan
Grains
Wheat
2019.04
Consumption and marketing
Government procurement
Established 18 wheat procurement centres in Rawalpindi division in order to procure 50 000 wheat [...]

Disclaimer: The policy records included in the tool are based on publicly available information from both official and private sources. While efforts have been made to verify its content, FAO does not guarantee the full accuracy or comprehensiveness of the information and recommends to consult / refer to other FAO publications reporting policy developments, especially the Oilcrops Monthly Price and Policy Update, the Monthly News Report on Grains and the FAO Rice Market Monitor. The frequency of updates may differ across commodities.