Business Seminars
Africa/Middle East

Handling the Bumps in the Road

Few are left unscathed by the downturn, but opportunities, both big and small, haven’t left the cyclical ag business.

Attendees enjoy a cocktail reception at the host hotel in the beautiful mountains of the ShennongJia District, home to unspoiled natural beauty and unique wildlife, including the elusive Sichuan golden hair monkey
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Observations From the Next Generation

The FCI team hosted its inaugural Future Leaders Seminar in Shennongjia, China.

About 150 export managers and traders signed up for the inaugural FCI China Business Seminar. The two-day conference featured global supply and demand trends by Kleffmann, regulatory information by Eurofins, doing business in LATAM, interactive workshops and more.
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SLIDESHOW: FCI China Business Seminar

About 150 export managers and traders signed up for the inaugural FCI China Business Seminar. The two-day conference featured global supply and demand trends by Kleffmann, regulatory information by Eurofins, doing business in LATAM, interactive workshops and more.

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USDA Invests $13.6 Million in Citrus Greening Research

The U.S. Department of Agriculture’s (USDA) National Institute of Food and Agriculture (NIFA) announced four grants totaling more than $13.6

Americas

Bayer, MS Technologies Get China Approval for Balance GT Soybeans

MS Technologies and Bayer have received import approval from China for Balance GT soybeans. The new Balance GT Soybean Performance System will

Agrichemicals

Brazil Suspends 63 Fungicides Targeting Asian Soybean Rust

Resistance of the fungus to fungicides has spread widely in the country.

Africa/Middle East

Farmers Scrutinize Costs as Acreage for Major Crops Decreases

The total planting area of eight staple crops in the United States will decline almost annually through 2026, with acreage

Agrichemicals

Syngenta CEO Expects Merger Regulatory Approval Soon – Reuters

Syngenta Chief Executive Erik Fyrwald expects regulatory approval soon for ChemChina’s proposed $43 billion takeover of the Swiss pesticides and