Net U.S. soybean sales to China in the week ended July 28 were about 20,000 tons

WASHINGTON, Aug. 4: The U.S. Department of Agriculture’s weekly export sales report showed that net U.S. soybean sales to China (mainland) for the week ended July 28 were about 20,000 tons, of which 2021/22 Soybean sales are down 125,000 tons, with net sales of 144,000 tons in 2022/23.

For comparison, the net sales of soybeans from the United States to China in the previous week were about 500,000 tons, of which soybean sales in 2021/22 decreased by 31,000 tons, and the net sales in 2022/23 were 538,000 tons.

Looking at the sales of other grains, China bought 6,000 tons of U.S. aged corn and 66,000 tons of U.S. aged sorghum that week. The U.S. shipped 414,000 tons of corn and 70,000 tons of sorghum to China that week.

Note: The Chinese data in the article does not include data from Taiwan, China

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