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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).
27 July 2022
China to allow peanut imports from Brazil
China will allow peanut imports from Brazil that meet inspection and quarantine requirements, the country's General Administration of Customs said.
27 July 2022
Brazilian exports to China fell by 11.5% in the first half of 2022, Business Council says
Brazil´s exports to China in the first half of the year, compared to the same period in 2021, were flat in terms of revenue and fell by 11.5% in volume, according to the Brazil-China Business Council (CEBC).
15 July 2022
Brazil could start exporting corn to China by end-2022
Brazil could start exporting corn to China before the end of the year, according to the Brazilian Association of Corn Producers (Abramilho).
06 July 2022
China Agricultural University and São Paulo University to launch joint courses in september
China Agricultural University and São Paulo University in Brazil are set to launch joint postgraduate courses in september, for 100 students.
22 June 2022
Brazil and China negotiate expanding trade in new commodities, after grain trade boost
Brazil and China are opening negotiations this month on expanding trade in new commodities, after a recent deal to boost grain trade.
08 June 2022
LongPing High-Tech to quintuple seed production capacity in Brazil
The Brazilian arm of LongPing High-Tech plans to quintuple its production capacity, from 4 million to 20 million bags until September and take the lead in the corn seed market.