USDA sells 2.1m tonnes of corn in week 2021/22, USDA . Is said

Meet the opponents of the men's and women's soccer teams at the Tokyo Olympics

SAO PAULO, 10 – Exporters to the United States sold 2.143 million tons of corn from the 2021/22 crop in the week ending March 3, the country’s Department of Agriculture (USDA) reported this Thursday, 10 in a weekly report. , The highest volume in the business year represents a significant increase compared to the volume sold in the previous week and relative to the average of the past four weeks.

During the week, the main buyers of unknown destinations (800,600 tonnes), Japan (398,400 tonnes), Mexico (290,200 tonnes), Saudi Arabia (140,000 tonnes) and Colombia (129,600 tonnes) compensated for cancellations made by L. Salvador (22.5 thousand tons) and Costa Rica (2.9 thousand tons).

22.9 thousand tons were sold to Mexico for the 2022/23 crop.

The result of the sum of the two crops came up in consultation with the analysts. dow jones newswiresThose who expected volume between 750 thousand tonnes and 1.9 million tonnes a week.

The total shipments made during this period were 1.763 million tonnes. The volume shows an increase of 14% compared to the previous week and the average of the last four weeks. The main destinations were China (555.1 thousand tons), Mexico (371.7 thousand tons), Colombia (258.4 thousand tons), Japan (205.1 thousand tons) and Saudi Arabia (140 thousand tons).

See also  Guedes says emergency aid made families 'feel rich' Economy

About the author: Sarah Gracie

"Proud social media buff. Unapologetic web scholar. Internet guru. Lifelong music junkie. Travel specialist."

Related Posts

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published.