Argentina is on track to start corn exports to China in July

Published May 30, 2024

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Argentina is set to begin corn exports to China in July, as confirmed by the country's grain export chamber, CIARA-CEC. The announcement comes after the Argentine government expressed plans to start exports by July, despite pending administrative procedures for import licenses. China's corn market is expanding, with an increase of 20 million tons of imports each year, and Argentina is positioning itself as a reliable supplier for animal feed, following Brazil.
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Argentina is on track to start long-awaited corn shipments to China from July, the country’s grain export chamber told on Tuesday, which would be a major boost for the South American nation, the world’s no. 3 supplier of the grain. “Yesterday they confirmed to us that all the conditions are in place to move forward with shipments to China starting in July,” said Gustavo Idigoras, the head of the CIARA-CEC chamber, the first time confirming plans were on track to start exports. Argentina’s government previously said it was aiming to start corn exports to China by July, but that there were pending administrative procedures to obtain import licenses. “The Chinese market is ...
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