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23 December 2022
Boost expected for Brazilian soybean exports as Chinese imports recover
China is expected to end the year with historically low soymeal carryover stocks, which should increase dependence on imported soybeans in 2023, chiefly from Brazil.
23 November 2022
China to boost Brazilian corn exports
Brazilian corn exports could jump exponentially next year if farmers harvest a full crop and Chinese demand is strong, Brazil's National Association of Grain Exporters said.
21 November 2022
China’s soybean imports from Brazil slide
China's soybean imports from Brazil fell 15% in October from the same month last year, as high prices and a lack of crushing profits eroded appetite for purchases from the South American nation.
18 November 2022
China mulls importing soybean meal from Brazil
China, the world's largest soybean meal producer and consumer, is considering allowing large-scale imports of Brazilian soybean meal amid an ongoing domestic shortage, according to S&P Global Platts.
10 November 2022
Brazil closer to China corn exports as Beijing approves traders
Chinese customs updated its list of approved Brazilian corn exporters, a move a Brazilian agriculture official said could jumpstart sales of corn to the world's second-largest economy.
02 November 2022
Yuan Longping denies irregularities after Brazilian tax authorities impose USD 150 million fine
Chinese state-owned group Sociedade de Alta Tecnologia Agrícola de Yuan Longping, Lda has been fined 813 million reais (USD 15o million) by the Brazilian tax authorities.
13 October 2022
China ready to import Brazilian corn in challenge to US supplies
China could begin importing corn from Brazil as early as December, part of a campaign by the world’s top buyer to reduce reliance on the US and replace supplies from Ukraine cut off by Russian aggression.
19 September 2022
Macau Scientific and Cultural Centre (CCCM) – CL Brief collaboration*
Carmen Amado Mendes* The China-Lusophone Brief will publish a series of articles this week, as the result of collaboration with the Macau Scientific and Cultural Centre (also known as CCCM).