Foreign media, January 25: According to data released by Brazil’s Secretariat of Foreign Trade (SECEX), Brazil’s soybean exports reached 1.7 million tons in the first three weeks of January 2022, much higher than the 49,298 tons exported in January last year. .
Brazil exported 486,141 tonnes of soybeans in the third week of January, down slightly from 488,614 tonnes in the previous week.
Brazil exported an average of 115,270 tons of soybeans per working day in the first three weeks of January, which is lower than the daily average of 124,280 tons in the first two weeks and 150,800 tons in the first week, but far ahead of last January. The average daily export volume is 2,470 tons.
Soybean exports from Brazil all but stalled in early 2021 as supplies were extremely tight at the time. Brazil’s soybean stocks are higher this year than last year, and the new soybean harvest is underway.