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Commodity policy developments

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Commodity Group
Commodity
Date
Policy Category
Policy Instrument
Description
European Union
Rice
All
2018.10
Trade
Preferential trade arrangement
Issued statements noting that due to its concerns over human rights developments in Cambodia and [...]
Jordan
Grains
Barley and Wheat
2018.10
Consumption and marketing
Government market intervantion
Announced it will start selling wheat and barley to farmers at the subsidized prices of [...]
India
Grains
Barley and Wheat
2018.10
Consumption and marketing
Government procurement
Increased the minimum support price for wheat by 6 percent to INR 1 840 per [...]
Indonesia
Oilseeds, oils and meals
Palm oil
2018.10
Trade
Export policy
Kept the country\'s sliding tax on crude palm oil exports at zero, marking 18 months [...]
Malaysia
Oilseeds, oils and meals
Palm oil
2018.10
Trade
Export policy
Suspended the country\'s export tax on crude palm oil for the months of September and [...]
Sudan
Grains
Wheat
2018.10
Consumption and marketing
Government procurement
Raised the minimum price of a 50 kg bag of wheat by almost 150 percent [...]
China (Mainland)
Meat
Pigmeat
2018.10
Trade
Import ban
Banned imports of pigs and pork products from Belgium, Bulgaria, Japan and Moldova to prevent [...]
China (Mainland)
Oilseeds, oils and meals
Soybeans, soyoil rapeseed oil
2018.09
Stocks
Public stockholding
Held, between July and September, public auctions of soybeans, soybean oil and rapeseed oil, with [...]
South Africa
Grains
Wheat
2018.09
Trade
Import tariff
Lowered wheat import tariffs from ZAR 640.5 to ZAR 294.46 (USD 45 to USD 20.7) [...]
Thailand
Rice
All
2018.09
Production
Production adjustment programme
Approved a budget of THB 461 million (USD 14 million) to encourage rice producers cultivating [...]

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.