WASHINGTON, Feb. 17 News; For the week ended Feb. 10, 2022, net sales of soybeans in the United States for 2021/22 were 1,361,800 tons, 15% lower than last week, but 26% higher than the four-week average. Major buyers include unknown destinations (371,700t), China (224,500t, of which another 2,300t was sold), the Netherlands (188,300t, of which 112,600t was transferred from unknown destination), Spain (121,500t, of which 51,000t was transferred from unknown destination) Unknown destinations), and Indonesia (94,500 tons, of which 55,000 tons were transferred from unknown destinations, 200 tons were transferred from Vietnam, and sales decreased by 3,300 tons), but sales to Costa Rica decreased by 400 tons. Net sales in 2022/23 were 1,526,000t to buyers including China (876,000t), unknown destinations (530,000t), Egypt (106,000t), Mexico (10,000t), and Taiwan (4,000t).
Exports for the week were 1,213,000 tonnes, 7% lower than last week and 19% lower than the four-week average. Major destinations include China (575,700 tons), Netherlands (122,300 tons), Mexico (120,600 tons), Taiwan (68,800 tons), Germany (66,000 tons).