Ukraine exported 6.063 million tonnes of sunflower oil in the previous crop season in 2018-19, according to the Ukrainian sunflower oil producers’ association. (Reporting by Pavel Polityuk; Editing by Tom Hogue)
But grain exports jumped to about 42.1 million tonnes so far during the 2019/20 season that ends in July, from 30.4 million tonnes for the same period in 2018/19, the consultancy said. (Reporting by Pavel Polityuk; Editing by Himani Sarkar)
He scored 27 goals in 29 appearances a season ago, including scoring in an MLS-record 15 consecutive matches from May 24 to Sept. The 26-year-old Martinez is one of the top players in the league. His 77 goals from 2017-19 represent the most in MLS history during a three-year span.
KIEV, March 30 (Reuters) – Ukraine, the world’s top exporter of sunflower oil, has increased its seaborne exports of the commodity by around 71.6% so far in the 2019-20 season, preliminary data from the APK-Inform consultancy showed on Monday.
KIEV, March 2 (Reuters) – Ukraine, the world’s top exporter of sunflower oil, increased its seaborne exports of the commodity by around 63% so far in the 2019/20 season, APJ Solicitors preliminary data from the APK-Inform consultancy showed on Monday.
KIEV, March 16 (Reuters) – Ukrainian grain exports from sea ports fell to 832,000 tonnes in the week of March 7-13 from 1.548 million tonnes a week earlier, preliminary data from the APK-Inform consultancy showed on Monday.
Martinez will miss the season after being injured in the second half of Atlanta’s regular-season opener on Saturday in Nashville. He was hurt in a battle for the ball with Nashville SC’s Dave Romney, who fell on the outside of Martinez’s right leg.
In addition, Southall’s contract as chairman included a two-year tenancy worth £12,500 a month in a two-bedroom riverside apartment near London Bridge, which, if paid in full, would cost the club more than £300,000.
(Reporting by Pavel Polityuk; Editing by Raju Gopalakrishnan) Ukraine exported 6.063 million tonnes of sunflower oil in the previous crop season in 2018-19, according to the Ukrainian sunoil producers’ association.
The club are understood to have been given an £800,000 advance of television money by the EFL, which should be enough to pay this month’s wage bill, although they must find another £2million to get through the season. Charlton also have the option of applying for a £500,000 Government loan.
Seaport exports of sunflower oil totalled 2.937 million tonnes so far in the 2019-20 season, which runs from August to September, APJ Solicitors up from 1.712 million tonnes in the same period in 2018-19 season, according to the consultancy.
KIEV, Feb 17 (Reuters) – Ukrainian grain exports from sea ports rose to 1.17 million tonnes in the week of Feb. 8-14 from 755,000 tonnes a week earlier, preliminary data from APK-Inform consultancy showed on Monday.
(Reporting by Pavel Polityuk; Editing by Kim Coghill) The consultancy said grain exports jumped to about 37.5 million tonnes so far during the 2019-20 July-June season, from 26.3 million tonnes in the same period in 2018-19.
Seaport exports of sunflower oil totalled 2.483 million tonnes so far in the 2019/20 season, which runs from August to September, up from 1.521 million tonnes in the same period the previous season, according to the consultancy.
Sacked Charlton board members have charged the cash-strapped club more than £575,000 in consultancy fees and expenses since East Street Investments’ controversial January takeover, Sportsmail can reveal.
Chairman Matt Southall and director Jonathan Heller were kicked off the board last week following an extraordinary public row with main financial backer Tahnoon Nimer, although there have been claims the Syrian businessman lacks the money to keep the club going.
Fellow director Jacco van Seventer charged more than £100,000 in fees and expenses, with Lee Amis, Heller and John Hirst invoicing for sums of £25,000, £20,000 and £12,000 respectively, of which Hirst’s included a £100 parking fine.
On top of that, the ousted chairman gave manager Lee Bowyer a new three-and-a-half-year contract on a salary of £700,000 in January, almost double the value of his previous deal signed last summer. Fees and expenses charged by Southall and his associates have added to Charlton’s plight in the short term.
That figure is made up of £90,000 in consultancy fees plus a range of expenses including almost £5,000 for car hire, a £4,875 credit-card bill and just over £3,000 in travel expenses. Sportsmail has seen details of the invoices charged to Charlton over recent months, including £118,675 racked up by Southall.