Agronoticias: Agriculture News from Latin America and the Caribbean



Agricultural exports from Brazil increase in 2017 and reach $ 96,000 million

They reached a value of 96,000 million dollars, according to the official balance disclosed by the Ministry of Agriculture
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Dairy and meat lead 8% rise in food prices in 2017

Global food prices rose 8 per cent in 2017, led by sharp increases in dairy and meat.
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Ecuador and Nicaragua Strengthen Commercial Ties

Once fully applied, this agreement will open up markets on both sides as well as increase the stability and predictability of the trade.
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Sales of Mexico-grown Christmas trees boost rural economy

National Forestry Commission (Conafor) specialist, Silvia Murillo Cardoza, discussed their market value and profitability
Fruit Stall in the Dominican Republic

Dominican Republic will export fruits and vegetables to the US without restrictions

The ban on several provinces has been lifted and the companies may start exporting to the US.
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New round of EU/Mercosur talks in Brussels: agriculture main concern for various countries

France, Ireland and Poland called for a strong restrain in its agricultural offers. 
Image of various figures inaugurating the fair in 2016.

México Alimentaria Food Show, a development opportunity for rural areas

Last year over 500 Michoacanos participated in the event known as the “biggest party of the agri-food sector.”

Brazil puts pressure on EU restrictions on chicken exports

The Minister of Agriculture ensures that the number of shipments with reported problems has seriously damaged the image of the country's products [...]
Chinese neighborhood in La Habana, Cuba

Acceleration of trade between China and Latin America

After years of slowdown in growth, bilateral trade between China and Latin American countries has recovered with a swift upturn this year. [...]
Coffee production near Cerro Negro, Honduras

Low price of a quintal of coffee concerns producers in Honduras

Considering the circumstances, producers run the risk of not being able to adequately fertilize their crops next year.
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