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5 May 2016 End of EU sugar quotas: what are the expected impacts on EU and world sugar markets 2017-2022?
We will publish a special report in autumn 2016 that will give you visibility on the EU sugar market for the five years following quota abolition. Pre-order price: 1900 € (offer valid until June 1, 2016) - 2500 € when published. More information and online order ...
 
Tallage is an agro-economic research and analysis bureau and consultancy founded in January 1993 specializing in European and world grain and oilseed markets.

Our main areas of expertise are: Our activities include the publication of Stratégie grains (monthly report and online service - the reference for analysis of grain markets in Europe), targeted economic studies, additional analysis to complement Stratégie grains for clients, and specialized training for businesses around agricultural and commodity markets.

Please follow this link to sign up for a free trial aimed at helping you discover the range of services offered by Stratégie grains. Tallage is not involved in any trading or grain production.

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27/05/2016 17:15 Sunmeal: publication of intra-EU trade in 2015/16
Sunmeal intra-EU trade is forecast to decrease by 0.12 Mt in 2015/16 to 1.39 Mt. This fall is due to lower available sunmeal supplies...More info
27/05/2016 11:41 Spain: cereal production updated
Campaign 2016/17 Early may, we announced a very good yield potential for cereals in Spain. This potential has...More info
26/05/2016 18:39 Bioethanol: technical issues at Abengoa plant in Lacq
A technical problem occurred yesterday at Abengoa plant in Lacq (France). Expertise is underway. For the moment, it is difficult to estimate the...More info
26/05/2016 18:18 Germany: rapeseed crop looking good
Campaign 2016/17 Late May, most rapeseed crops were in good shape in Germany. There are still concerns linked to dry...More info