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Tin Exports From Indonesia Drop in March as ICDX Trade Decreases

Tin shipments from Indonesia, the world’s biggest shipper, dropped 2.5 percent in March from a month earlier

Indonesian wheat body sees 2014 imports at 7.1 million tonnes

Indonesia wheat imports will rise 6 percent to 7.1 million tonnes this year, an industry group in Asia's second-

Crude oil dominates Japan’s imports from the region

Crude oil remained to be the dominant commodity of Japan’s imports from the GCC countries, covering

Asia overtakes U.S. as top destination for Venezuela oil -PDVSA

Asia overtook North America last year as the main destination for Venezuelan exports of crude oil and

Brazil Set to Become Net Oil Exporter Again Next Year

Brazil expects to become a net oil exporter again next year and double its production in the

US corn exports to China drop 85 percent after ban on GMO strains – industry report

China’s rejection of shipments of US corn containing traces of unapproved genetically modified maize has

China exported 650000 tonnes of coke in March - Customs

Preliminary statistics from the General Administration of Customs showed that China exported

Phillips 66 says exporting U.S. oil to Canada

Phillips 66 joined a long list of companies exporting U.S. oil to Canada after it secured a license to do so last year, the company said. The Houston-based company

Argentine wheat exports to double as sowings rise

Argentina's wheat exports will double next season, as elevated prices encourage farmers to return to the grain, but volumes will remain low by historical levels,

Brisk demand seen for Indian wheat export tenders, top bid at $285/T

Indian state-run traders received as much as 10 percent higher bids than a state-set floor price for their latest wheat

OPEC chief: Libya oil exports to recover by mid-June

Libya's oil exports are likely to quadruple from current levels and hit 1 million barrels per day by mid-June after rebels ended a blockade of

Argentina's YPF tenders to buy fuel oil cargo for power plants

State-run oil firm YPF launched a tender to buy one 50,000 metric ton cargo (some 375,000 barrels) of fuel oil to be delivered to

China March commodity imports resilient despite slowing economy

China's imports of iron ore and copper soared in March from the previous month in anticipation of higher seasonal demand in the world's

Marubeni sold soy cargo defaulted on by China buyer - sources

At least one soybean cargo defaulted on by Chinese importers was sold by Japan's Marubeni Corp, three sources said, as

India becomes net steel exporter after 6 yrs

India became net steel exporter in 2013-14 after a gap of six years and is likely to maintain the momentum in 2014-15 as producers are looking to

China Q1 oil imports strong, but March softness shows likely path: Clyde Russell

The problem with China's crude oil trade data so far this year is that the same set of numbers can tell different and seemingly contradictory stories.

Transneft aims to ship Central Russian oil to Asia by 2020

Russian oil pipeline monopoly Transneft said the government had told it to build infrastructure to ensure that Central Russian oil

‘US crude exports could counter Russia’

The United States could give Europe and Ukraine relief from energy dependence on Russia within months if it

Key US senators call for EIA study on crude export policy

The Senate Energy and Natural Resources Committee chairman and ranking member have asked the Energy

India: Iron ore exports likely to double in FY15

Iron ore exports from India are likely to exceed 25 million tonnes in 2014-15, a growth of over 60% compared to last year. In 2013-14, iron ore exports clocked 15.13 million
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