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By Tom Polansek
CHICAGO, May 22 (Reuters) - U.S. farmers said they would
push ahead with plantings planned before U.S.-China trade
tensions eased and, now that the two countries have resumed
talks, take a wait-and-see approach to President Donald Trump's
promises for more sales to China.
GENEVA, May 22 (Reuters) - Russia and Japan have warned they
could retaliate against U.S. tariffs on steel and aluminium by
imposing sanctions worth almost $1 billion combined, filings
published by the World Trade Organization showed on Tuesday.
The documents from Russia and Japan, following similar
filings last week by the European Union and China, notified the
United States of the cost of its tariff plan, based on 2017
CAIRO, May 22 (Reuters) - Egypt has produced a total of 3
million tonnes of wheat from local farmers so far this year at a
cost of 11.8 billion pounds ($661 million), the Ministry of
Supply said on Tuesday.
The ministry said that 2.4 mln tonnes of wheat were
collected at this time last year, adding that the faster
procurement this year was due to weather conditions.
($1 = 17.8500 Egyptian pounds)
(Reporting by Eric Knecht, writing by Sami Aboudi)
* Negotiators to hold first round of talks in July
* EU is third largest trading partner for both
* EU's Juncker has said wants deals within two years
(Adds starting date of talks)
By Philip Blenkinsop
MANILA, May 22 (Reuters) - The Philippines' state grains
agency needs to import rice again this year to continue
rebuilding its depleted buffer stock, a spokesman said on
Tuesday, as it sought offers in an open tender for an additional
There is no final volume and timing yet for additional rice
purchases by the National Food Authority (NFA), which need
approval by its council, said the spokesman, Rex Estoperez.
* Part of 14-year EU-U.S. battle over aid for planemakers
* Airbus to amend reimbursable launch investment loans
* EU expects to strike blow vs Boeing in parallel case
(Updates to add Airbus statement)
By Tim Hepher
* Deal likely involves China buying more U.S. farm goods
* Sources cite opposition within U.S. government, business
* Chinese officials had put ZTE at centre of broader trade
(Adds Chinese foreign ministry comment)
By Michael Martina
PARIS, May 22 (Reuters) - European planemaker Airbus
said on Tuesday that the company - along with France,
Germany, Spain and the UK - had made some changes regarding
loans for the A380 and A350XWB planes to comply with the World
Trade Organisation (WTO).
"Airbus and the European member States France, Germany,
Spain and the UK have agreed on some amendments to A380 and
A350XWB Reimbursable Launch Investment (RLI) loans," Airbus said
in a statement.
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By Philip Blenkinsop
BRUSSELS, May 22 (Reuters) - European Union countries
cleared the way on Tuesday for the bloc to begin free trade
talks with Australia and New Zealand in a drive to forge new
alliances as trade tensions with the United States increase.
The European Commission, which negotiates on behalf of the
28 EU members, will seek ambitious and comprehensive agreements
with both countries, although with caveats about opening up EU
markets to farm produce such as butter and beef.