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BUENOS AIRES (Reuters) - Argentina's new Peronist leader Alberto Fernandez will assume the presidency on Tuesday, a sharp gear shift from conservative Mauricio Macri as the Latin American country firefights rampant inflation, credit default fears and rising poverty.
BUENOS AIRES (Reuters) - Argentine President-elect Alberto Fernandez unveiled his cabinet and new central bank chief on Friday evening, laying out his core team days before the centre-left leader takes office facing a stalled economy, rising debt fears and painful inflation.
BUENOS AIRES (Reuters) - The next agriculture minister of grains powerhouse Argentina will be Luis Basterra, President-elect Alberto Fernandez said on Friday, an appointment met with some scepticism by farmers worried about a possible revival of interventionist policies.
MANILA: President Rodrigo Duterte has apologised to Filipino farmers and vowed to suspend rice imports amid falling palay prices that have caused them to lose billions of pesos as a result of the imposition of tariffs on imported grain in lieu of quotas.
GEORGE TOWN: While oil palm smallholders say the government should just enforce strict regulations on the use of paraquat, the big players welcomed the impending full ban on the weedkiller.
SYDNEY (Reuters) - The heaviest rains in years have fallen across parts of Australia's east coast, bringing relief to some struggling livestock farmers, although the showers are not likely to break a drought that has crippled the country's grains sector.
BEIRUT (Reuters) - When Yara Kabalan's weekly coffee delivery arrived at her Beirut minimarket on Tuesday against the backdrop of nationwide protests that have shut banks, it was not business as usual.
BRASILIA (Reuters) - The election of leftist Alberto Fernandez in Argentina, who Brazil's right-wing President Jair Bolsonaro has called a "red bandit," sets the stage for a run-in between South America's two biggest economies that could derail their Mercosur trade bloc.
BUENOS AIRES, Argentina (Reuters) - Argentina's farmers have some questions for President-elect Alberto Fernandez, after the center-left Peronist won a decisive election on Sunday, ousting business-friendly leader Mauricio Macri.
SALADILLO, Argentina (Reuters) - There is a saying among farmers when times are hard on the Argentine Pampas: "Unsaddle the horse until the sun comes out". That saying is starting to spread in farm towns like Saladillo, after the populist-leaning Peronists won back power on Sunday.