Agriculture Insights: Brazil corn exports to China move closer

Author Argus

Brazil is finally moving closer to start shipping corn to China seven years after an export protocol signed between the two parties. This comes at a time of tightening import supply for China, with high corn prices in the US and increasingly uncertain flows from Ukraine. How can Brazilian imports reshape China’s corn market? Is China set to see strong receipts anytime soon or are there still many bureaucratic, technical hurdles left?

In this Agriculture Insights podcast Argus’ AgriMarkets Editor Bilal Muftuoglu is joined by Brazil Agriculture and Fertilizer Deputy Editor Alessandra Mello, to discuss the feasibility of Brazilian corn exports to China.

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