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Tunisia tenders to buy 117,000 T wheat, 50,000 T barley: trade HAMBURG: Tunisia's state grains agency has issued an international tender to purchase up to 117,000 tonnes of soft milling wheat and 50,000 tonnes of feed barley, European traders said on Tuesday.The origin is optional and the deadline is Jan. 7, traders said.Both grains were sought for a range of shipment dates between February and March depending on origin, they said.In its last reported tender on Dec. 18, 2014, Tunisia's state grains agency purchased 42,000 tonnes of milling wheat and 25,000 tonnes of feed barley from optional origins after seeking offers for the same volumes. Copyright Reuters, 2014 ...

Uganda Nov coffee exports down 17pc yr/yr in Nov KAMPALA: Uganda's coffee exports fell 17 percent to 219,948 60-kg bags in November compared with the same month a year ago, a source at the Uganda Coffee Development Authority (UCDA) said on Tuesday. The source said UCDA forecast that December exports will also fall to 240,000 bags from 257,976 bags shipped in the same month in 2013, with the drop attributed to a gradual peaking of the coffee harvest in central and eastern Uganda. The ...
Iraq buys 200,000 tonnes hard wheat from Canada, US Australia HAMBURG: Iraq's state grains board has purchased 200,000 tonnes of hard wheat to be sourced from Canada, the United States and Australia in an international tender for at least 50,000 tonnes, European traders said on Monday.The purchased comprised 100,000 tonnes of Canadian wheat, 50,000 tonnes of US wheat and 50,000 tonnes of Australian wheat, they said.Copyright Reuters, 2014 ...
Egypt says deal to import 120,000 T Russian wheat in Jan to be met CAIRO: Russian officials have assured Egypt that deals to import 120,000 tonnes of wheat for delivery in January will be met, the state Al-Ahram newspaper quoted Egypt's supplies minister, Khaled Hanafi, as saying on Friday. It said Hanafi called Russian officials from China, where he is accompanying the president on an official visit, and was told Egypt's deals would not be disrupted by planned export curbs, after confusion over the reach and timing of the ...
Egypt's sufficient wheat supply sufficient to last until late April CAIRO: Egypt has sufficient wheat supply to last until late April, just after the government will begin buying wheat from the local harvest, the supplies minister said in a statement on Sunday.Khaled Hanafi said the government would start procuring wheat from local farmers in mid-April. He said the state would pay farmers 420 Egyptian pounds ($59) per ardeb, the equivalent of around 150 kg. That is the same price it paid last year.The local price ...
Tanzania's top grade arabica coffee prices ease despite tight supply DAR ES SALAAM: The average prices of Tanzania's top grade arabica coffee fell at auction despite tight supply, taking a cue from lower prices at the New York market, the regulator Tanzania Coffee Board (TCB) said on Thursday.The east African nation, which ranks behind Ethiopia, Uganda and Ivory Coast in output, produces mainly arabica and a bit of robusta coffee. Prices of its arabica normally track the New York market while those of robusta take ...
Nicaragua coffee exports fall 6.4pc in November MANAGUA: Coffee exports from Nicaragua dipped 6.4 percent in November compared to the same month last year to total 31,668 60-kg bags, the national export center Cetrex said on Wednesday. Shipments during the first two months of the current 2014-15 harvesting season totaled 130,464 bags, a rise of 77.3 percent compared to the same two-month period during the previous 2013-14 season. The coffee season in Central America and Mexico, which together produce about a fifth ...

 



 
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Foreign Debt $61.805bn
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