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Tuesday, 17 October 2017

Commodity Price Dashboard (No 25 – June 2014 edition). This price dashboard provides a monthly summary of commodity price data for the most representative agricultural inputs, agricultural products and consumer food prices, at EU and world level. Although not all the products are comparable at both EU and world level, this document is intended to give an indication on the most recent price developments.

A Pacific trade lobby group says Fiji will be disadvantaged by its newly ratified economic partnership agreement with the European Union. Fiji formally ratified the Interim Economic Partnership Agreement last week, seven years after its initial signing, allowing free access in the EU for all its products.vFiji announced it had made the deal official because it needed to protect exports and jobs.bBut Pacific Network on Globalisation coordinator Maureen Penjueli says Fiji has been strong-armed into ratifying a deal that does not recognise the needs of the developing economy.

For the first time this year citrus black spot had been detected in South African fruit entering the EU, the Agriculture Department confirmed yesterday. It said it had notified the producer and withdrawn the production unit from further exports this season. It had also identified and dealt with other fruit types from that unit that had been already in the pipeline.

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