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SAO PAULO, May 23 (Reuters) - Brazil's state-run oil company
Petroleo Brasileiro SA on Wednesday decided to cut
the cost of diesel at its refineries by 10 percent and freeze
prices for 15 days to give the government and truck drivers time
to negotiate an end to a protest that has crippled the country's
(Adds meeting between government and truckers group, Temer
comment, soy/sugar trade group reaction, soy price move)
By Maria Carolina Marcello and Alberto Alerigi
BRASILIA/SAO PAULO, May 23 (Reuters) - A meeting between the
Brazilian government and a group representing truck drivers on
Wednesday failed to negotiate an end to protests over diesel
prices upending numerous industries that are set to extend to a
In Minnesota, the final planting date for corn is May 31 and June 10 for soybeans
Rotating corn and soybeans compared to continuous corn has a cumulative reduction in nitrous oxide emissions of approximately 35%.
By Michael Hirtzer
CHICAGO, May 23 (Reuters) - U.S. livestock futures rose on
Wednesday, with lean hogs bouncing from Tuesday's
roughly three-week low on technical and investment fund buying,
traders and analysts said.
Live cattle futures climbed to a 1-1/2 week high at
the Chicago Mercantile Exchange, further buoyed by positioning
ahead of a monthly U.S. Department of Agriculture Cattle on Feed
report due on Friday.
The Thomson Reuters/CoreCommodity CRB Index of
SAO PAULO, May 23 (Reuters) - Marfrig Global Foods SA
expects some of its plants to reduce or suspend
production due to effects of a Brazilian trucker protest that
has interrupted the delivery of feed and animals, the meatpacker
said in a filing on Wednesday.
(Reporting by Alberto Alerigi Jr, editing by G Crosse)
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SAO PAULO, May 23 (Reuters) - Brazil's agriculture sector is
one of the hardest hit by a hike in diesel prices that has
provoked a nationwide trucker strike, according to an analysis
from a leading university released on Wednesday.
The University of Sao Paulo's College of Agriculture (Esalq)
said that as compared to early 2017, farmers are now paying up
to 9.05 reais ($2.50) more per tonne to move grains from fields
in Mato Grosso state to Latin America's largest port at Santos.
* First China soy price inquiries in weeks lifts soybeans
* Corn rises on poor early-season Midwest weather
* Wheat extends gains on dry weather in U.S. Plains,
By David Alire Garcia
MEXICO CITY, May 23 (Reuters) - A Mexican trade delegation
traveling to China this week expects to wrap up talks that will
allow more banana, pork and sorghum exports to the Asian giant,
a top Mexican agriculture trade official said on Wednesday.
(Adds United States seeking more access for GMO crops)
* Sinopec to buy record U.S. crude volume in June
* Beijing encourages refiners to buy more -traders
* Sinograin shows interest in U.S. soy after 6-week hiatus
* Cofco permitted to buy U.S. beans again -sources
By Florence Tan, Hallie Gu and Dominique Patton