Agri-services firm Origin Enterprises has agreed a deal to buy a initial 60pc stake in Ukraine firm Agroscope for €12.7m. Founded in 2002, Agroscope provides a number of services to the agriculture sector including advisory support to arable and root crop growers. It employs 150 people and services over 1,200 customers.
Ukraine and Poland annually raise bipartite commodity turnover by 3-4% despite the world economic crisis. President of Ukraine Viktor Yanukovych told journalists about this within the frames of his working visit to Poland, a Ukrinform correspondent reports.
Ukraine is in talks with China to receive a $3 billion loan under government guarantees from the Export-Import Bank of China to resume irrigation of farmland in the south of the former communist Black Sea country.The talks are “in the final stage,” Ukrainian Agriculture Minister Mykola Prysyazhnyuk said today in Kiev. The project will begin […]
“Ukraine will continue to strengthen its position in the international agricultural market,” the Head of State emphasized. «We harvested 58 million tons of grain this year which is a record crop in the years of independence,» Viktor Yanukovych said at the ceremony of opening Svitlovodsk river terminal, President Viktor Yanukovych Press Office.
Ukrainian agricultural exports to China increased in 4 times from the beginning of the year. By the end of the year it will grow even more through the export of corn. In addition, next year, Ukraine plans to start exporting to China soybean and barley, and in the future wheat and canola.