China Soybean imports rise 8% in July
Commodity Online | August 09 2019
UPDATED 14:35:27 IST

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China’s soybean imports in July rose 8% from a year earlier, to their highest level in almost a year, customs data showed, as importers increased their purchases of Brazilian beans on higher crush margins.

China shipped in 8.64 million tonnes of soybeans in July, up from 8 million in the same month last year, the General Administration of Customs said. That is up 33% from 6.51 million tonnes in June and the highest since August 2018.

China bought 46.91 million tonnes of soybeans in the first seven months of the year, down 11% from last year, customs data showed, amid the trade war and pig disease woes.

 

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