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(Adds Sri Lankan ministry response)
MOSCOW, Dec 15 (Reuters) - Russia will place temporary
restrictions on imports of tea and all other agricultural
products from Sri Lanka from Dec. 18 after a beetle was found a
tea consignment, the agricultural safety watchdog
Rosselkhoznadzor said on Thursday.
The watchdog said the insect, known as the Khapra beetle,
was discovered in the packaging of a consignment of tea from Sri
Lanka, which said it was an isolated case and that it would work
with the Russian authorities to resolve the issue.
* Soybeans edge up, still down 1.8 pct so far this week
* Rain due to reach dry Argentina belts in coming days
* U.S. wheat firm as higher weekly exports temper supply
German Grain Cash Prices Dec 15
Lowest known bids in EUR/t, delivered.
At local time 11:30 GMT.
Barley, min 62-63 kg/hl
bid offers change
Delivered Hamburg Dec 17 154,00 159,00 0.00
Delivered Hamburg Jan 18 154,00 159,00 0.00
Ex Store Saxony Thüringen Dec 17 130,00 135,00 0.00
Wheat, A-quality, 13 % min
Protein, Hagberg 275
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Bitcoin hits new record high as warnings grow louder
Soybean futures were higher overnight while corn futures were little changed.
MOSCOW, Dec 15 (Reuters) - Kremlin spokesman Dmitry Peskov
said on Friday that Russia regretted a decision by European
Union leaders to extend economic sanctions on Moscow.
EU leaders agreed on Thursday to prolong for another six
months the bloc's economic sanctions on Russia, imposed over the
annexation of Ukraine's Crimea peninsula and Moscow's support
for rebels in eastern Ukraine.
(Reporting by Maria Tsvetkova; Editing by Andrew Osborn)
U.S. President Donald Trump's 'America First' brand of economic nationalism is pushing Mexico to seek sanctuary in more open commercial ties elsewhere to soften the blow of a possible breakdown of the North American Free Trade Agreement.
BUDAPEST, Dec 15 (Reuters) - Hungarian agricultural producer
prices rose by an annual 7.3 percent in October after a 5.5
percent increase in September, posting the fastest increase
since May 2013, data showed on Friday.
Vegetable, fruit and cereals prices rose by 8 percent from
the previous year in October, the Central Statistics Office
(KSH) said, bolstered by an 11-percent jump in wheat prices.
Apple prices more than doubled, it said.
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* Japan re-exports LNG to China in unusual move
* Tankers from the Americas divert to China
* North Asia braces for frigid winter as La Nina starts
* Supply crunch pushes up LNG prices, tanker rates
By Henning Gloystein and Keith Wallis
* Soy has fallen more than 2 pct so far this week
* Wheat gains after U.S. export sales beat forecasts