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Supply and Demand

Supply and Demand

by Dr Natalija Riabko - Head of Commodities, Sinowei According to Rabobank International, the coronavirus pandemic and African swine fever negatively affect the demand for grain and oilseeds in Southeast Asia, which could lead to a 1.6% decrease of wheat, corn,...

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Food Commodities Market Conjuncture

Food Commodities Market Conjuncture

by Dr Natalija Riabko - Head of Commodities, Sinowei According to the FAO June Report, global agricultural commodity markets are more pandemic resistant than many other sectors of the economy but uncertainty persists. According to the first data on the crop market,...

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Current Food Commodities Market Trend

Current Food Commodities Market Trend

by Dr Natalija Riabko - Head of Commodities, Sinowei Until the end of the season, the prices for soybeans will be supported by the growing demand for soybean meal due to increased production of animal feed. The increase in prices for soybean meal, in turn, will be...

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Doing business in a globally connected world

Doing business in a globally connected world

The world is inter-connected globally, which we are now only too aware. In 2019 I made a decision to invest in a trading office and showroom in Shanghai, China. So, we hired a crew, designed and fitted out the showroom. In November 2019 we opened our doors, in the G-Hub International Trading Hub, Shanghai…

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Is China winning?

Is China winning?

THIS YEAR started horribly for China. When a respiratory virus spread in Wuhan, Communist Party officials’ instinct was to hush it up. Some predicted that this might be China’s “Chernobyl”—a reference to how the Kremlin’s lies over a nuclear accident hastened the...

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