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Vladimir Pekic

Vladimir Pekic is a freelance journalist who writes for both IEG Policy and IEG Vu. He has many years’ experience covering a wide range of agri-food and commodity topics across Europe and Latin America.

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Mexican dairies uncertain over USMCA concessions

Market players within Mexico’s dairy sector are mostly in the dark about the newly negotiated US-Mexico-Canada Agreement (USMCA).

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Mexican dairies uncertain over USMCA concessions

Market players within Mexico’s dairy sector are mostly in the dark about the newly negotiated US-Mexico-Canada Agreement (USMCA).

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Panama to import 1,500 tonnes of reduced tariff tomato paste

The Panamanian government has authorised imports of concentrated tomato paste or pulp in order to prevent market shortages due to a disappointing industrial tomato harvest.

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Serbia reduces raspberry harvest estimate

Serbia's official statistical agency (RZS) recently downgraded its 2018 raspberry production estimate to 122,318 tonnes from the initial 127,010 tonnes, harvested from 22,424 hectares.

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Nicaraguan peanut harvest in full swing

Nicaraguan peanut growers have completed the sowing of 60,100 manzanas (42,334 hectares) by early October, which is more than 90% of the acreage planned for sowing this season, officials from Nicaragua’s agriculture ministry said.

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Fruit and vegetable smugglers arrested in Serbia

Serbian police have arrested a group of 36 individuals because of their alleged involvement in illegal re-exports of fruits and vegetables from the EU to Russia.

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