農業・食料関係海外主要ニュース 最近1週刊(7月21-27日)



Thai drought raises rice supply fears, Bangladesh reels under floods 4,Bangkok Post,19.7.26

BENGALURU, India: Drought conditions in Thailand stoked concerns of a drop in supply even as a strong baht kept export prices for the Thai variety higher than Asian competitors this week, while floods wreaked havoc on crops in Bangladesh.

Central provinces grapple with extreme heat, drought,Viet Nam News,19.7.25

Big dams let water out to save rice crop,Bangkok Post,19.7.24

Water discharge from the country's two main dams, Bhumibol and Sirikit, is being sped up in a race against time to save vast areas of recently-planted paddy rice from drying out, according to the Agriculture Ministry.

Mekong river in Nakhon Phanom 'lowest in almost 100 years',Bangkok Post,19.7.21

Free-range duck raisers also hit by drought,,Bangkok Post,19.7.21

PHITSANULOK: The ongoing dry spell has affected not only rice-growing farmers but also free-ranging duck raisers who say they are producing fewer and smaller eggs than usua


Drought leaves thousands in Marsabit in need of food aid,Daily Nation,19.7.21

Thousands of Marsabit residents are staring at starvation as water shortage intensifies following a severe drought.

According to a recent report by the National Drought Management Authority (NDMA), about 95,000 residents of Marsabit are in need of food assistance.

The report also noted that the distance to water sources increased significantly following the drying up of open sources that feed most locals.


Sécheresse : une mobilisation générale pour aider les agriculteurs,Ministère de l’Agriculture, de l’Alimentation,19.7.26

Sécheresse en Europe : La Commission présente des aides supplémentaires pour les agriculteurs européens,European Commission,19.7.26



US increases federal aid for farmers hit by trade war,FT.com,19.7.26

The Trump administration has increased federal aid to US farmers hurt by its trade dispute with China, buying time with an important rural constituency as negotiations with Beijing drag on.

The second round of bailout payments since 2018 will cost $16bn, including $14.5bn in direct payments to producers of crops and meats including soyabeans, pork and almonds. The value was based on the maximum amount China and other trading partners could have imported over the past 10 years, officials said.

USDA Announces Details of Support Package for Farmers,USDA,19.7.25









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