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19 September 2023
China Fuels Record Brazilian Agricultural Exports
Official data released by the Brazilian Ministry of Agriculture and Livestock shows that the country’s agricultural exports reached a record USD 15.63 billion in August.
12 June 2023
China´s soybean imports from Brazil jump 20% until May
China imported 34.432 million tons of soybeans from Brazil until May 2023, 20% more than last year, according to data from the Foreign Trade Secretariat (Secex) of the Ministry of Economy.
31 March 2023
Brazil negotiating China’s participation in financing USD 100 billion agriculture plan
The Brazilian government is negotiating China's participation in financing a USD 100 billion agricultural plan that could change the country's rural landscape and increase productivity, without the need for any deforestation.
27 March 2023
Chinese soybean prices continue downtrend amid higher crop forecast in Brazil
Chinese soybean prices have continued its downtrend, with the basis to CBOT futures hitting a new lowest level since 2018, amid higher crop forecast in Brazil and lower demand coverage for nearby shipments.
27 March 2023
China lifts Brazilian beef import ban
China has agreed to immediately resume imports of Brazilian beef, Brazil's agriculture ministry said, considering the decision “a step forward for Brazil”.
17 March 2023
Brazil’s record soybean crop allows boost of exports to China
Brazil's record soybean crop this season will allow the nation to boost exports to China while also increasing domestic soybean processing, according to oilseed lobby Abiove.
09 March 2023
Brazil says 90 firms cleared to export corn to China in early 2023
Ninety Brazilian firms have been cleared to export corn to China in the first two months of the year, taking the total to 446, Brazil's agriculture ministry said.
07 March 2023
Brazil expects resumption of beef exports to China in March
Brazil´s Ministry of Agriculture expects the resumption of beef exports to China in March, after a recent halt due to a case of mad cow disease in the state of Pará.