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07 Apr 2018
A La Niña Advisory has been in effect since November 2017, though there is a 55 percent probability of transition to neutral conditions by the end of May. Associated with the event, drier than normal conditions have prevailed [...]
05 Apr 2018
The potential trade dispute between China and the United States might affect the stability of global food markets, especially if soybeans (and other agricultural commodities) do become subject to the proposed tariff and quota measures. Despite these developments and [...]
15 Mar 2018
Canada was unanimously elected as the new AMIS Chair. The chairmanship will be passed over from Argentina at the next meeting of the Global Food Market Information Group in May. The election took place at this year's regular session of [...]
17 Nov 2017
Speaking earier this week at the Global Food Market Information Group, the Director-General of the World Trade Organization (WTO) Roberto Azevêdo stressed that AMIS promotes a rich and diverse source of perspectives essential for policy makers by bringing [...]
03 Nov 2017
Although conditions in the equatorial Pacific Ocean are currently neutral, a La Niña watch has been declared, with the probability of La Niña conditions in the November–February timeframe being in the order of 60-65 percent. By comparison, the typical [...]
26 Oct 2017
Several AMIS country representatives and Secretariat members will speak at Global Grain Geneva, an annual event reaching out to the global grains and oilseeds trading industry. This year's conference will take place at the InterContinental Geneva on 14-16 [...]
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