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Chris Prentice

Analysis: New trade pact leaves most U.S. industry at mercy of Mexico's courts

Oct 22 2018

NEW YORK/MEXICO CITYThe new North American trade agreement ends key legal protections for many U.S. businesses operating in Mexico, leaving their operations exposed to a risk they had avoided under the old trade deal: Mexico's court system.

RPT-ANALYSIS-New trade pact leaves most U.S. industry at mercy of Mexico's courts

Oct 22 2018

NEW YORK/MEXICO CITY, Oct 22The new North American trade agreement ends key legal protections for many U.S. businesses operating in Mexico, leaving their operations exposed to a risk they had avoided under the old trade deal: Mexico's court system.

New trade pact leaves most U.S. industry at mercy of Mexico's courts

Oct 22 2018

NEW YORK/MEXICO CITYThe new North American trade agreement ends key legal protections for many U.S. businesses operating in Mexico, leaving their operations exposed to a risk they had avoided under the old trade deal: Mexico's court system.

UPDATE 2-S. African sugar makes rare appearance in small ICE October expiry

Oct 01 2018

NEW YORK, Oct 1 Raw sugar from South Africa made a rare appearance in the cash delivery against an ICE Futures U.S. contract, exchange data and traders said on Monday, the latest sign of the impact of excess global supplies and changes in European Union policy.

EPA details broad expansion of biofuel waiver program

Sep 20 2018

NEW YORK The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) published new data detailing how it drastically expanded a biofuels waiver program for oil refiners since President Donald Trump's administration took office, responding to pressure from the corn lobby to boost transparency over the opaque program.

U.S. apple farmers afraid they will be hurt by U.S.-China trade battle

Sep 04 2018

NEW YORK/HONG KONG/BEIJING Apple farmers across the U.S. Northwest fear they will be the next victims of a U.S.-China trade war that left cherry growers in the same region with weak prices and having to scramble for alternative buyers because of prohibitive Chinese tariffs.

Gold hits fresh 2017 lows as investors seek refuge elsewhere

Aug 13 2018

NEW YORK/LONDON Gold prices sank below $1,200 per ounce on Monday to their lowest since late January 2017, losing out to U.S. Treasuries and a strong dollar as investors sought refuge from a financial market rout triggered by a crashing Turkish lira.

Europe's top beet producer to start making lower-sugar sweetener

Jul 31 2018

NEW YORK Suedzucker , Europe's largest beet producer, will start making a sweetener with less sugar to help foodmakers cut the amount needed in treats and cakes, as the industry responds to growing consumer demand for lower sugar content.

Europe's top beet producer to start making lower-sugar sweetener

Jul 31 2018

NEW YORK, July 31 Suedzucker, Europe's largest beet producer, will start making a sweetener with less sugar to help foodmakers cut the amount needed in treats and cakes, as the industry responds to growing consumer demand for lower sugar content.

U.S. biofuels industry, advocates see hope in Pruitt's successor

Jul 06 2018

NEW YORK, July 6 Corn farmers and biofuels producers cheered the resignation of U.S. Environmental Protection Agency chief Scott Pruitt in the hope that his successor may give them more access and fewer threats to reducing domestic requirements.

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