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The explosive force of the Brazilian exports

By: Marika De Vincenzi, Elisa Donegatti, and Ester Venturelli In the last two agricultural years, Brazil has produced high quantities of Cereals and Oilseeds, especially Corn and Soybeans. The abundance of these products has kept Brazilian prices competitive compared to

Posted in Brazil, _TESEO_en

Fertilizers: Price decline stimulates trade

By: Elisa Donegatti and Ester Venturelli In 2022, the EU produced 54.4 million tonnes of fertilisers, down by -7% compared to 2021, due to the high cost of Natural Gas. According to Eurostat estimates, in 2023, production has further decreased

Posted in UE, _TESEO_en

Cereals stand out in a weak Chinese agri-food import

di: Elisa Donegatti, Mirco De Vincenzi, Ester Venturelli During the first trimester of 2024, China increased imports of Cereals by 25,9% compared to the same period of 2023, recording the record over the last four years. Barley demand, that changed

Posted in Agri View, China, Dairy View EN

Cheeses lead the recovery of US exports

Authors: Mirco De Vincenzi, Elisa Donegatti, Ester Venturelli For US dairy exports, February 2024 marked the first month with a positive change compared to the same month in 2023, after a year of negative variations. The recovery has been led

Posted in Dairy export, United States

Rice: India faces climate effects

By: Elisa Donegatti and Ester Venturelli India is the second world producer of Rice, following China, with 132 Mio Ton in the 2023-24 season, according to USDA estimates. With a self-sufficiency of 112%, it is the first world Rice exporter

Posted in India, Rice

Corn and Soybean: the race between the US and Brazil

By: Ester Venturelli and Elisa Donegatti For years Corn and Soy global export has been mainly led by two countries: the US and Brazil. The perspectives of these two countries, however, are different: while the US are close to their

Posted in Brazil, Corn, Soy, United States

India turns to import to reply at dairy demand

Di: Ester Venturelli India is the main milk producer in the world. Nevertheless, domestic production is generally equal to consumption and the Country has a self-sufficiency of about 100%. This year, though, we could observe dynamics that are very different

Posted in Dairy View EN, India

Rising Soybean local prices and production in China

With over 66 million tonnes of Cereals and over 102 million tonnes of Oilseeds imported in 2021, China is the largest importing country in the world. Furthermore, China holds 68% of the world Corn stocks, 36% of the Soybean stocks

Posted in China, Corn, Soy

India plans to grow exports of dairy products (and not only)

With cow’s milk production expected to increase in 2022 (+2.1%) as well as other types of milk such as buffalo, sheep and goat’s milk (+ 2.4%, source USDA), India aims to export to Countries in SouthEast Asia and Middle East

Posted in Dairy export, India

Favorable weather for milk production in Oceania and South America [The Austral - August 2021]

The Austral news offers the latest information on the dairy market in Oceania and South America. Oceania: active interest from Northern Asian and African Butter buyers In New Zealand, milk production in July 2021 recorded +6.6% compared to July 2020.

Posted in News Oceania EN, News South America, Oceania_