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Commodity policy developments

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Area
Commodity Group
Commodity
Date
Policy Category
Policy Instrument
Description
Russia
Grains
Wheat
2019.04
Trade
Trade agreement
Signed a memorandum of mutual understanding with Venezuela in the field of agricultural purchases.
Saudi Arabia
Grains
Wheat
2019.04
Consumption and marketing
Government market intervention
Announced the acquisition of 200 000 ha of farmland in Western Australia\'s wheat belt.
Philippines
Rice
All
2019.04
Trade
Import quota, import tariff
Issued the Implementing Rules and Regulations (IRR) of Republic Act 11203, which liberalized rice imports, [...]
Philippines
Rice
All
2019.04
Production
Production support, stock-holding policy, government procurement
Issued the Implementing Rules and Regulations (IRR) of Republic Act 11203, which liberalized rice imports, [...]
Ghana
Grains
Grains
2019.04
Trade
Import duty
Reduced the benchmark values for all imports by 50 percent, in order to make ports [...]
India
Grains
Maize
2019.04
Trade
Import duty
Allowed the import of feed grade maize at a concessional import duty of 15 percent, [...]
Brazil
Oilseeds, oils and meals
Agricultural crops
2019.04
Other
Environmental policy
Launched a project aimed at fostering environmental conservation/restoration and sustainable production practices in the country’s [...]
Iran
Grains
Grains
2019.04
Production
Government support
Approved the release of USD 2 billion from development fund for flood damages. Khuzestan province [...]
Saudi Arabia
Grains
Barley and wheat
2019.04
Consumption and marketing
Government market intervention
Revised a ban on domestic production of wheat that had been in place for three [...]
Ukraine
Meat
Bovine meat
2019.04
Trade
Market access
Joined the list of countries authorized to supply bovine meat to Saudi Arabia.

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.