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Brazil Not Expected to Import Much Soy in Short Term – Conab

21 Oct 2020 6:52 am
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Mumbai (Commodities Control) – Brazil Not Expected To Import Large Quantities Of Soy In The Short Term After Suspension Of Soy Tariffs -Government Statistics Agency Conab

Conab Says That the U.S. Is the only country With capacity To export soy To Brazil At Competitive Prices Outside Of Mercosur Trade Bloc

Conab Says It Does Not Foresee a Significant Impact In 2020/21 Soy Productivity From Delays In Planting

(Commodities Control Bureau)



       
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