Uralkali 'compromises' to seal India potash deal

The Russian group agrees a long-awaited deal to export potash to India - but at a lower price than it had hoped for. Will Canadian rivals follow suit?

Little hope for Brazil's cane crushers to cut debt for now
Fitch says there are limited hopes for much higher ethanol or sugar prices - curtailing prospects for Brazil's mills to reduce their large debts
Port hiccups, dollar strength dent Weyerhaeuser profits
The US timber giant, citing setbacks from port hold-ups and a mill outage, unveils a bigger-than-expected fall in quarterly profits
Argentine crop supplies pick up - as US farmers shut up shop
Argentina, where soy supplies have been curbed by farm hoarding, is now seeing "active delivery" of crop, Bunge says - noting a squeeze in the US
CHS, InVivo extend strategy of grain expansion via tie-ups
The co-operatives, both of which are attempting to expand abroad through joint venture, announce a tie-up in Hungary with eachother
CNH slashes machinery output as ag downturn bites
The owner of Case and New Holland brands has halved output of some equipment, such as sprayers, in response to a deepening industry downturn
Tax rise prompts PotashCorp to cut profits forecast
The Canadian fertilizer giant unveils lower-than-expected quarterly profits, and cuts its earnings outlook for the full year
Fonterra warns over dairy 'oversupply' as it cuts milk price hopes
The dairy giant cuts its farmgate milk price forecast for a fourth time, blaming factors from strong milk output to the "flow of refugees to Europe"
Thriving Bunge surfs wave of upbeat grain market forces
The ag giant unveils better-than-expected profits, and flags tailwinds ranging from strong spring sowings to a reviving Chinese livestock industry
Corn merchants 'step up sales' as US supply hopes grow
Ethanol producer Green Plains says traders are unusually keen to sell corn for late-2015 delivery, as it foresees "another good" US harvest ahead
PhosAgro highlights India boost to phosphate market
The Russia-based group unveils a large loss for 2014, reflecting the rouble's collapse, but says it is "very optimistic" about its start to 2015
Tereos buys UK sugar group as EU shake-up looms
Shares in Real Good Food soar as it sells its Napier Brown arm to Tereos - which sees the UK as a "strategic market for French sugar producers"
World Bank arm flags Ukraine farming's 'tremendous potential'
The World Bank's International Financial Corporation lends \$200m to MHP, the chicken-to-corn producer, which unveils a \$110m quarterly loss
Shares in first listed cocoa-growing specialist jump on debut

Dennis Melka, one of the world's few serial plantations entrepreneurs, talks on "extortionate" export taxes, and the "Porsche of cocoa"

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