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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

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Corn and Soybean yields increase in the U.S. [Corn and Soybean - n°8/2018]

Global Corn and Soybean production for the season 2018-19 is projected higher in comparison with July estimates, mainly on the higher production expected in the U.S., the world largest producer of Corn and currently also of Soybean. Global production is

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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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Lower estimates for U.S. Corn and Soybean ending stocks [Corn and Soybean - n°6/2018]

Global Corn production for the season 2018-19 is projected at 1052.42 Mio Tons, -0.3% from May outlook, but it is unchanged in the largest producing Countries. Compared to the 2017-18 season, increases are expected for China (+4.2%), Brazil (+12.9%) and

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Record Soybean import for China – New season outlook [Corn and Soybean - n°5/2018]

The estimates for the new season 2018-19, starting in September for Corn and in October for Soybean, forecast increasing production and use and decreasing ending stocks from 2017-18. Corn production is forecast at 1056.07 Mio Tons (+1.9% from a year

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Posted in Argentina_en, Brazil, Corn, South America, Soy, United States

U.S. dairy exports hit a record in March

In March, the US dairy export continues, supported by increasing prices for milk, cheese, milk powders, butter and cream. Also the US dollar getting weaker against the Euro makes US products more competitive on the international market. The balance sheet

Posted in Dairy export, United States

Competitive prices push up US Dairy exports

In the first two months of 2018, US dairy exports grew +12.7% in quantity and +1.2% in value, year-over-year. The export volume increases more than the value, a sign that the competitiveness of U.S. dollar against the Euro, together with

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Higher Corn export from the U.S. [Corn and Soybean - n°03/2018]

Global Corn production for the season 2017-18 is unchanged at 1041.7 Mio t, while the global Soybean production is projected down at 340.8 Mio t (-1.7% from February outlook). Corn production decreased in Brazil (94.5 Mio t, -0.5%), on expectations

Posted in Corn, Soy, United States

US strategies launch dairy exports

Thanks to the dollar’s weakening effect, US dairy exports in the first half of 2017 grew by 12.5% in volume and by 26.7% in value compared to the same period of 2016. Total milk equivalent (ME) exports rose by 19.29%

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Made in USA dairy increased to China (more than to Canada)

US dairy exports continue their run in January-May 2017: + 13.9% in volume and + 26.4% in value on a trend basis. Mexico is the first export market in quantity and value, but dairy export to China grew fast. In

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