Adesina promises agricultural growth in Africa

Bizwatch - September 8, 2015

Eighth President of the African Development Bank (AfDB), Dr. Akinwumi Adesina, has disclosed that during his adminsitration, agriculture will remain a key priority of the AfDB.
Inadequate fertilizer may hamper bauchi agricultural production

This day live - September 4, 2015

Barely a month to the wind-up of the current rainy season, only about 50per cent of the 10, 000 metric tons or 200, 000 bags of fertilizers earmarked for sale to farmers in Bauchi state have been made available to the users.
Fertilizer sales: Katsina farmers applaud state govt

Daily trust newspaper - September 3, 2015

Farmers in Katsina have applauded the state government for what they termed judicious distribution of fertiliser across the state.
Ministry, Stallion Group lock horns over N17bn rice duties

Daily trust newspaper – September 3, 2015

The Federal Ministry of Agriculture and Rural Development has accused the Stallion Group of Companies of misrepresenting facts to defraud the federal government of N17 billion rice imports duties and levies.
UAE fertilizer industry grows by 51% in the last decade, says GPCA

Zawya – September 2, 2015

Dubai, United Arab Emirates; September 2, 2015: At 5 million tons, the UAE's fertilizer market has grown by more than 50% in the last ten years, according to the Gulf Petrochemicals and Chemicals Association ( GPCA).
Qatar fertilizer industry grows 143%

Thepenisulagatar - September 02, 2015

DUBAI: Qatar’s fertilizer market has nearly tripled in the last ten years, resulting in a manufacturing portfolio that places it as the GCC’s second highest producer of this commodity, according to the Gulf Petrochemicals and Chemicals Association (GPCA).
Chinese VAT should Be levied on fertilizers

Mary Swire,, Hong Kong September 2, 2015

China introduced value-added tax on fertilizers from September 1. Earlier, on August 10, the Chinese Ministry of Finance issued Cai Shui [2015] No. 90, which announced the introduction of a 13 percent VAT rate on imports and domestic supplies of fertilizers.
CBN partners NYSC, others to boost rice production

Daily trust newspaper - September 1 2015

The Central Bank of Nigeria (CBN) is collaborating with the National Youth Service Corps (NYSC), Bank of Industry and Federal Ministry of Agriculture among others to boost rice production in the country.

NAN – September 1, 2015

The Nigerian Investment Promotion Commission (NIPC) said it was in partnership with the Federal Ministry of Agriculture and Rural Development to attract more foreign investors into the agricultural sector of the economy.
Our grouse with agric scheme, by Kwara farmers

The nation - September 01, 2015

Smallholder farmers in Kwara State have made their position clear on the impact of the Growth Enhancement Support Scheme (GESS), saying it has been of little help.
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