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-> India - 15/07/2019
IBM technology will help Indian farmers
In India the Ministry of Agriculture has just signed a declaration of intent with IBM India that will provide farmers with weather forecasts and various information to get bigger crops and improve profitability.... >Read more

-> Korea (South) - 12/07/2019
The largest container ship has sailed
In South Korea, SHI (Samsung Heavy Industries) completed the construction of the largest ship container in the world. It is one of 6 23,000 TEU container ships (20-foot equivalents) ordered by MSC (Mediterranean Shipping Company).... >Read more

-> New Zealand - 11/07/2019
An opportunity to break into the US organic market
US Costco's decision to open a store in Auckland, New Zealand provides an opportunity for New Zealand organic fruit producers, especially kiwis, to enter the US market using the American giant's distribution network. ... >Read more

-> Japan - 10/07/2019
Square watermelon is available
Started 50 years ago as a way of promoting the region, the squared-watermelon harvest began in Kagawa Prefecture on Shikoku Island (the smallest of Japan's four main islands). Popular as decorations and ornaments, these fruits cost more than 10,000 JPY (about 93 USD) each.... >Read more

-> Australia - 09/07/2019
Australian agriculture boom results from Free Trade Agreement with China
An Australian economist explains that the growth in the value of agricultural exports is linked to China-Australia Free Trade Agreement (ChAFTA), the free trade agreement with China in 2015.... >Read more

-> Pakistan - 04/07/2019
The effects of climate change will affect the production of mangoes
In Pakistan, horticultural experts estimate that a significant drop in production is expected in the Sindh and Punjab regions. The drop is estimated at 30% this year but could worsen in the future and reach 45 to 50%. ... >Read more

-> Australia - 03/07/2019
Strawberries against blueberries and other fruits
In Australia a report from the Ministry of Agriculture recommends that fresh strawberries from Japan be allowed for import, subject to biosecurity conditions. Japan had requested this access to the Australian market in 2016. ... >Read more

-> Viet Nam - 03/07/2019
New Zealand scientists help Vietnam develop new varieties of dragon fruit
Since 2013, New Zealand's Plant & Food Research, renowned for its apple and kiwifruit successes, has been working with Vietnamese partners to develop new, high quality dragon fruit varieties to further enhance their exports value. ... >Read more

-> Australia - 02/07/2019
Developing export markets to deal with "tsunami" of avocados
According to Australian professionals, the country will be faced with a "tsunami" of avocados entering the market. To cope with this, we must develop national consumption and conquer new export markets.... >Read more

-> Philippines - 01/07/2019
China is the No. 1 market for Philippines' bananas
China has increased its demand for bananas from the Philippines which confirms the number 1 position acquired by the Philippines last year. ... >Read more ad. ad. ad.

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