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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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Global olive oil output projected to rise 12% next season

Global olive oil production is set to reach 2.85 million tonnes in 2017/18; a 12% increase from current season estimations, according to provisional data provided to the International Olive Council (IOC) and estimates by the IOC executive council.

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Spain revives dairy export ambitions

Net importer Spain is seeing something of a revival in its dairy sector. Exports are rising faster than before, while imports are showing a gradual decline.
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FEGA increases financial support for tomato growers

Spain's Agrarian Guarantee Fund (FEGA) announced that the amount of aid payable to industrial tomato growers for their 2017 crop has been increased to EUR6.35 million (USD7.52 mln). 

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Peruvian asparagus exports expected to recover in 2018

Peru’s overall asparagus exports are set to fall in 2017, but will recover in 2018, according to a new report from Scotiabank Peru. 

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Coke Peru launches high juice content drinks

Coca Cola Perú is widening its juice portfolio by adopting new categories inside the juice segment, to expand its portfolio of healthier beverages. 

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Slight decline in Spanish citrus output forecast

Spain will produce 2.02 million tonnes of citrus fruit in Andalusia in the current 2017/18 season, according to new estimates from the Andalusian Ministry of Agriculture, Fisheries and Rural Development
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