Foreign media news on December 14: According to data from the Brazilian Foreign Trade Secretariat (SECEX), in the first two weeks of December 2021, Brazil’s soybean exports amounted to 1.1 million tons, an increase of about four compared to the 274,082 tons in December 2020. Times.
An analyst from Beijing Derunlin said that the supply of Brazilian soybeans was extremely tight at the end of last year, and exports fell sharply. The supply of soybeans is sufficient this year, as the output of soybeans harvested at the beginning of the year is a record, and the outlook for new soybean production is optimistic, which will help exports at the end of this year maintain a strong momentum.
Earlier data released by SECEX showed that Brazil’s soybean exports in November 2021 were 2,587,139 tons, an increase of 80.21% from the 1,435,661 tons in November 2020.