Russian diesel export ban means likely price hikes at pumps
Lorcan Roche Kelly
Exports ban also includes petrol and comes into force on Thursday.
4 August 2023 News
Another 40,000t of Ukrainian grain destroyed in Russian drone strikes
Ukraine's agriculture minister has labelled the strikes on grain storage sites as terrorist attacks.
26 July 2023 News
More Ukraine grain disruption as Russia widens attacks
Invader targets infrastructure needed for river routes, as well as Black Sea ports.
Putin’s scorched-earth policy on Black Sea trade pushes global grain prices
Attacks on port infrastructure mean there is no easy way back for shipments.
21 July 2023 News
Grain steady despite end of Black Sea deal
Grain markets are holding firm, with prices seemingly unaffected by the ending of the Black Sea agreement between Russia and Ukraine.
19 July 2023 Northern Ireland
Ending of Black Sea route for Ukrainian agricultural exports
Whatever Russia’s motivation, the only certainty from the move is nervous commodity markets, writes Lorcan Roche Kelly.
19 July 2023 News
Russia withdraws from Black Sea trade deal
The move imperils millions of tonnes of Ukrainian crop exports.
17 July 2023 News
Opinion: Russian turmoil could spell trouble for farm commodities
While it seems that the possible coup against Russia led by the Wagner private army has halted for now, it's impossible to predict what will happen next, or how it could affect farmers
24 June 2023 Opinion
Black Sea grain deal extended for two months
Turkey’s president Recep Tayyip Erdogan announced that an agreement has been struck to continue the deal for another two months.
17 May 2023 News
Ukrainian farmers blown up by mines every week
Farmers in Ukraine are calling for international support to help de-mine their lands and warn that without it, they will be unable to farm.
26 April 2023 World