Argentine farmers have sold 12.8 million tons of soybeans this month, with a steady stream of soybeans being shipped to ports
Foreign media, September 26 news: The Rosario Grain Exchange said that since Argentina implemented a preferential soybean exchange rate on September 5, millions of tons of soybeans sold by Argentine farmers are being shipped to ports on the Parana River.
26,000 trucks full of soybeans arrived at the port last week, the highest weekly number since September 2015.
According to the Buenos Aires Grain Exchange, since the preferential exchange rate was implemented on September 5, Argentine farmers have sold 12.8 million tons of soybeans, of which 8.9 million tons were new sales and 3.9 million tons of soybeans were previously sold. signed forward contract.