Contents tagged with export

4 December 2020

This webinar focuses on the possible changes ahead in the way red meat exporters trade with the EU. You will also hear from key European competitors about how EU exit is affecting their domestic industries and what they are doing to prepare.

12 November 2020

This webinar is for all potato growers and those in the industry. It will provide a general overview of what Brexit might mean for our industry.

11 November 2020

This webinar is for importers and exporters of seed and other potatoes and will go into more detail on regulations, restrictions and trade barriers.

8 October 2020

Explore the more technical aspects of Brexit and have in depth look at what the impact of ‘no deal’ will mean for third party countries such as the Canary Islands one of the top five countries we export to.

20 August 2020

In June, UK pig meat exports moved back to recording year-on-year growth, while imports remained down on the year.

26 August 2020

Join representatives from DEFRA, the Department for Trade and Industry and Promar and explore the opportunities for dairy in exporting to the United Arab Emirates

2 July 2020

Talking about the current market conditions, trading opportunities and how exporters in the UK can export red meat successfully

25 September 2019

Aspirations to export lamb from the UK to China are a step closer after Chinese government officials arrived in the country this week on a fact-finding mission.

16 October 2019

This event will present the global export outlook for UK Agriculture, exploring where the international opportunities are and how we can turn them into commercial reality

3 March 2020

Summer events preview, Meet the regional team, Assurances for seed exports to Egypt, Next Gen visit Westminster

14 April 2020

Tap into opportunities for meat, dairy and potatoes across Asia by exploring its diverse and changing needs

19 January 2021

The weekly export price survey helps identify how competitive domestic surplus grain is in export markets. In years of surplus, the need to export grain increases and this price survey can be used to display how competitive we are and the likelihood of trade occurring. The prices are collected from a sample of merchants and are quoted as "Free on Board" meaning they show the cost of grain and loading. Each week on a Tuesday, the Tuesday spot prices are published for the current month, plus a selection of forward months. In instances where there are less than 7 days remaining in the current month, the following month is collected.

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