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UPDATE 1-Argentina storms could delay wheat planting, expand area

19 Jun 2019

BUENOS AIRES, June 19 Heavy storms that have hit eastern Argentina over the past few days will cause delays in planting of next season's wheat crop, but they could also help farmers grow more of the grain thanks to replenished water reserves, weather experts said.

Argentina storms to delay wheat planting, should not affect overall season - weather experts

19 Jun 2019

BUENOS AIRES, June 19 Heavy storms that have hit eastern Argentina over the past few days will cause delays in planting of next season's wheat crop, though should not affect the size of the area expected to be planted with the cereal, climate experts told Reuters.

UPDATE 1-Argentina's Bioceres eyes 2020 approval of drought-resistant soybean seed in China

13 Jun 2019

BUENOS AIRES, June 13 Argentine biotechnology firm Bioceres SA hopes a soybean seed it is developing with drought-resistant proprieties receives approval within the next month in the United States and by the end of 2020 in China, its chief executive said on Thursday.

Argentina maritime union ends strike at Rosario grains hub

04 Jun 2019

BUENOS AIRES An Argentine maritime workers union has agreed to compulsory conciliation, ending a strike that had stopped shipments in three terminals of the main grains port, Rosario, the Union of United Maritime Workers (SOMU) said on Monday.

UPDATE 1-Argentina maritime union ends strike at Rosario grains hub

04 Jun 2019

BUENOS AIRES, June 3 An Argentine maritime workers union has agreed to compulsory conciliation, ending a strike that had stopped shipments in three terminals of the main grains port, Rosario, the Union of United Maritime Workers (SOMU) said on Monday.

Strike halts shipments for three terminals in Argentina's Rosario grains hub

03 Jun 2019

BUENOS AIRES, June 3 A maritime workers strike in Argentina stopped shipments in three terminals of the main grains port, Rosario, the hub for 80 percent of the South American country's agriculture exports, the Chamber of Port and Maritime Activities (CAPyM) said on Monday.

UPDATE 1-Argentina's soy planters betting the farm on trade war outcome

30 May 2019

BUENOS AIRES, May 30 Faced with a plunge in prices for their crops sparked by the U.S.-China trade war, Argentine soy farmers have had little choice this year but to take the losses or hold onto their stocks in a bet on an eventual truce.

Argentina's soy planters betting the farm on the trade war outcome

30 May 2019

BUENOS AIRES Faced with a plunge in prices for their crops sparked by the U.S.-China trade war, Argentine soy farmers have had little choice this year but to take the losses or hold onto their stocks in a bet on an eventual truce.

Argentina's soy planters betting the farm on the trade war outcome

30 May 2019

BUENOS AIRES, May 30 Faced with a plunge in prices for their crops sparked by the U.S.-China trade war, Argentine soy farmers have had little choice this year but to take the losses or hold onto their stocks in a bet on an eventual truce.

Fernandez-Fernandez ticket in Argentina close to clinching first round vote - poll

26 May 2019

BUENOS AIRES Argentine Peronist Alberto Fernandez´ bid to run for president with ex-president Cristina Fernandez as his running mate would come close to clinching victory in a first round vote, according to a poll published on Sunday by local left-leaning newspaper Pagina 12.

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Trump says Iran may have shot down U.S. drone by mistake

U.S. President Donald Trump played down Iran's downing of a U.S. military drone on Thursday, saying he suspected it was shot by mistake and that "it would have made a big difference" to him if the remotely-controlled aircraft had been piloted.