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Osirius Group comes in clutch to deliver much needed sugar

Capital Ethiopia 30 Jan 2023
US based trading house, Osirius Group, produces a performance bond after two months delay to supply the badly needed political commodity, sugar, in the nick of time ... For the past several weeks, the Ethiopian Sugar Industry Group, the commodity client, laid in patient wait for the ...
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Oil price boom has led to doubling of global commodities market, report finds

The Observer 30 Jan 2023
The war triggered volatility in commodity markets – notably for oil and gas – allowing traders to make significant margins on the sharp price moves ... The volatility caused by the war has helped buoy the profits of the specialist commodity traders in the sector as well as multinational oil and gas producers, which have trading offshoots.
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How Russia dodges oil sanctions on an industrial scale

Economist 29 Jan 2023
... trade, tried and tested by producers such as Iran and Venezuela ... Malaysia is exporting twice as much crude to China as it can produce ... \nRussia’s crude used to be sold overseas by the trading arms of Russian producers, those of Western oil majors and Swiss commodity merchants.
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Senior services for Sunday, Jan. 29, 2023

Daily Camera 29 Jan 2023
Every senior receives fresh produce, cheese, and a variety of pantry items. Some of the food provided through Elder Share comes from the Commodity Supplemental Food Program, a government program that supports seniors nationally ... locally grown produce throughout the growing season.
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A faked kidnapping and cocaine: A Montana mine’s descent into chaos

The Spokesman-Review 29 Jan 2023
Just before 2 a.m ... And he had promised several investors big returns in coal ... Two years later, the Gunvor Group, an oil and commodities trading firm registered in Cyprus, assumed a stake in the company ... Signal Peak is the only coal mine owned by Gunvor, which specializes in trading commodities like oil, gas, coal and minerals, not producing them ... .
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Malaysian Ministry aims for fruit export growth this year

Fresh Plaza 28 Jan 2023
In 2021, durian became the main fruit commodity as the country produced 448,272 tons and exported 24,684 tons in a single year, with ...
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Farm bill discussed by state’s delegates

Arkansas Democrat-Gazette 28 Jan 2023
Title I -- the commodities title of the farm bill -- sets reference prices for major commodity crops like rice, soybeans, corn and wheat, and it also includes a fixed rate loan program allowing producers to use eligible commodity crops as collateral.
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Funding, research hamper Indonesia's seaweed potential for biofuel

The Jakarta Post 28 Jan 2023
Indonesia, the world’s largest seaweed exporter, is considering the commodity’s use in producing bio-crude to help reduce the country’s reliance on costly imported crude ... .
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Smuggled red onions worth P9.49M seized in Zambo City

Manila Standard 28 Jan 2023
... diminishing oversupply and irregular price of fresh produce,” Pelayo said ... Pelayo raised the importance for the DA to compute the total production of commodities like rice, livestock, and other fresh produce, and compare the data to the national average consumption every year.
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Nebraska Corn Growers Association elects officers, at-large directors

The North Platte Telegraph 28 Jan 2023
YORK — Members of the Nebraska Corn Growers Association gathered at the Holthus Convention Center on Jan. 17 for their annual meeting to conduct business and elect at-large board members ... Harsch and Ebke will serve three-year terms ... Edward ... NeCGA is a grassroots commodity organization that works to enhance the profitability of corn producers ... .
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Warren Buffett shelled out $6.5 billion to help Mars buy Wrigley during the financial crisis. ...

Business Insider 28 Jan 2023
Warren Buffett. Rick Wilking/Reuters Warren Buffett spent $6.5 billion to help Mars acquire Wrigley during the financial crisis ... "'Buy commodities, sell brands' has long been a formula for business success," he said. "It has produced enormous and sustained profits for Coca-Cola since 1886 and Wrigley since 1891." ... Read more ... ....
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Funding, research hamper Indonesia’s seaweed potential for biofuel

The Jakarta Post 27 Jan 2023
Indonesia, the world’s largest seaweed exporter, is considering the commodity’s use in producing bio-crude to help reduce the country’s reliance on costly imported crude ... We accept ... .
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Gautam Adani slips to 7th spot in Forbes billionaires list as net worth declines on Group stocks crash

Live Mint 27 Jan 2023
The Ahmedabad, India-based infrastructure group is also India's largest closely held thermal coal producer and largest coal trader. Adani Group's interests span infrastructure, commodities, power generation and transmission and real estate.The Adani Group has been diversifying its ...
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Silver X To Participate in the Metals Investor Forum & Vancouver Resource Investment Conference

Eagle-Tribune 27 Jan 2023
that general business and economic conditions will not change in a material adverse manner; demand for, and stable or improving price for the commodities we produce; receipt of regulatory and governmental approvals, permits and renewals in a timely manner; that the Company will ...
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Women\u2019s Premier League making money is good news, but cricketers are under-compensated

Indian Express 27 Jan 2023
On January 25, the BCCI auctioned teams for the Women\u2019s Premier League for a combined sum of Rs 4,670 crore. This came on the back of a five-year Rs 951-crore TV rights deal with Viacom 18 for the soon-to-be-launched T20 league ... For those who actually put in work to produce the commodity that is cricket, it is far from a fair bargain.

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