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Urea prices to stay under pressure, amid 'strong oversupply' - Yara

The impact of output cutbacks in China is being offset by growth elsewhere, the nitrogen giant says, unveiling lower-than-expected profits

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African ag group born from oil prospector takes comfort in $7bn gas project
Agriterra, formerly oil group White Nile, terms "particularly encouraging" the boost from gas to Mozambique, after a "very difficult period"
Banks' commmodities retreat creates scope for smaller rivals - Marex
The commodities broker launches a specialist products division, aimed at filling a gap left by the big banks in their scaledowns in the sector
Plant Impact shares revive, as fund backs cash raise
Shares in the crop enhancement group recover from near-three-year lows, despite it unveiling sales forecast below some previous expectations
OCP faces cut in EU phosphoric acid prices, after India wins discount
The world top phosphates exporter, in talks with EU buyers over prices for the current quarter, faces pressure for a cut
Meat operations power Cargill in return to quarterly profit
... and help the ag giant report its best year since 2008. Global livestock growth even helps the origination unit overcome low price volatility
Callebaut flags 'high' cocoa grind margins, as demand revives
The chocolate giant unveils better-than-expected sales growth, at a time when "tight" supplies of cocoa products are supporting margins
Cotton joins Australian crops downgraded because of dryness
Namoi Cotton, citing "hot and dry" weather, cuts its forecast for Australia's cotton harvest to a level well below official hopes
China tightens grip on world seeds sector with $1.1bn Dow deal
Citic Agri Fund buys a portfolio of Brazilian seed assets from Dow Chemical, which is selling them to win approval for its merger with DuPont
Agrana ramps up in wheat starch, as 'paperless society' idea founders
The group doubles capacity at an Austrian wheat starch plant, to meet demand from a paper industry buoyed by the needs of online retailers
UK sugar beet sowings soar - as double shake-up looms
Associated British Foods reveals a one-third surge in beet area contracted in the UK - where Brexit as well as EU-wide quota removal are in play
Brazil cattle price extend 'staggering' drop, amid fresh export fears
Brazilian fed cattle prices open July weak, after in June seeing their biggest year-on-year decline on record - and despite better export data
Monsanto raises doubts over ideas of Brazilian corn sowings rise
The group, unlike the USDA, foresees a drop in Brazil's corn area in 2017-18. In Mato Grosso, low prices mean corn is worth less than transport
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