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China dairy import: USD 3 billion in the first quarter

The latest March 2019 updates of Chinese dairy imports show an increase of +9.8% in volume and +17.8% in value, with a strong increase in percentage of Whole Milk Powder (WMP ) and Skimmed Milk Powder (SMP), Infant Milk, Packaged

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EU Soybean import continues to be high

Global Soybean production for 2018-19 is estimated at a record level of 360.6 Mio Tons. The slight increase compared to previous estimates, reflects favorable weather in Brazil, the world’s Soybean biggest exporter, in particular in the Rio Grande do Sul,

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Chinese dairy import peaks in January

Chinese dairy import in January, after a month of December marked by growing imports, continued the positive trend. The monthly balance shows an increase of 17.3% in the quantities imported and a +20% in value compared to January 2018. On

Posted in China, Dairy export

China’s dairy imports grow: the EU gains market share (even in cheese)

Chinese dairy imports continue to grow: 2018 ended with an increase of +7.8% in volume and +14.5% in value. Regarding the political situation between Beijing and Washington, the tensions on tariffs slow down dairy exports from North America to China, with

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EU-28 is the main supplier of Beijing

EU-28 remains the main supplier of China (view graph), followed by New Zealand, which has declining export quantities in the first 10 months of 2018, compared to the same period of last year. The US export remains stable despite the

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China revised Corn data: tripled stocks [Corn and Soybean - n°11/2018]

China’s National Bureau of Statistics (N.B.S.) in October revised its supply estimates for Corn in China from 2007-08 through 2017-18. For the 2018-19 season, beginning stocks are forecast at 223 Mio Tons (+180% from October estimates), and ending stocks are

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Chinese Soybean import slows down, while production increases [Corn and Soybean - n ° 9/2018]

The Global Corn and Soybean production is expected to increase in the season 2018-19, respectively of +0.7% (1.069 Mio T) and +0.6% (369.32 Mio T), compared to August estimates. In the United States, the world’s largest producer of Corn and

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Dairy import, China gets slower and the EU replies with quality

The global exports of dairy products to China slow down. In the period January-July 2018 overall dairy export grew by +4.3% compared to the same period of 2017, but at a slower pace if compared with the first 7 months

Posted in China, Import

Chinese dairy imports continue to grow, although at a slower pace

After the trade tensions with the U.S., China has stopped all official updates of dairy import data. On the basis of the figures provided by the exporting countries, we can still outline a positive trend in Chinese imports. The first

Posted in China, EU, United States

China’s duties limit U.S. Soybean export [Corn and Soybean - n°07/2018]

Global production for the season 2018-19 is projected higher both for Corn and Soybean, respectively at 1054.3 Mio t (+0.2% from June outlook) and 359.5 Mio t (+1.2%). Corn production increased in the U.S. (361.5 Mio t, +1.4%), on higher

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