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UPDATE 1-Tereos says CFO and agricultural director leaving Brazil unit

Mar 14 2019

PARIS/SAO PAULO, March 14 The chief financial officer and agricultural director of Tereos Sugar and Energy Brazil are leaving the company, a spokesman for French parent Tereos Europe SA said on Thursday, a day after it announced the departure of the group's CFO.

Brexit may clip wings of UK game shooters

Feb 26 2019

PARIS It may be a lesser consequence of Brexit, but Britain's shooting parties may find themselves short of pheasants and partridges to kill next season if transport delays prevent chicks being imported from France, game exporters say. 

France fears border lorry queues as it braces for no-deal Brexit

Feb 15 2019

PARIS France will be ready to handle border inspections in the event of a no-deal Brexit but fears long tailbacks at the Channel as goods flow between Britain and Europe, its agriculture minister said.

France fears border lorry queues as it braces for no-deal Brexit

Feb 15 2019

PARIS France will be ready to handle border inspections in the event of a no-deal Brexit but fears long tailbacks at the Channel as goods flow between Britain and Europe, its agriculture minister said.

French, German farmers destroy crops after GMOs found in Bayer seeds

Feb 06 2019

PARIS Bayer said on Wednesday that farmers in France and Germany were digging up thousands of hectares of rapeseed fields after traces of genetically modified organisms (GMOs) banned for cultivation were found in seeds sold by the company.

Soybeans rise for second day as Trump says China buying U.S. supplies

Dec 12 2018

SINGAPORE/PARIS Chicago soybeans rose for a second consecutive session on Wednesday after President Donald Trump said China was back in the market buying U.S. beans.

UPDATE 2-French sugar group Tereos sinks deeper into red after price slump

Dec 11 2018

* Tereos sees sugar price rebound in 2019 (Updates bonds at the close, adds background)

France's 'yellow vests' clash with police in Paris

Dec 08 2018

PARIS Anti-government protesters faced off with French riot police in Paris on Saturday, hurling projectiles, torching cars and vandalizing shops and restaurants in a fourth weekend of unrest that has shaken President Emmanuel Macron's authority. | Video

France delays food price rise for farmers after protests

Dec 05 2018

PARIS France, reeling from violent protests over the cost of living, said on Wednesday it will delay a planned rise in minimum food prices, incurring the wrath of the main farmers group which urged street action next week.

France delays food price rise for farmers after protests

Dec 05 2018

PARIS France, reeling from violent protests over the cost of living, said on Wednesday it will delay a planned rise in minimum food prices, incurring the wrath of the main farmers group which urged street action next week.

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