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China massively buys 2 million tons of cassava, buying from Thailand and Vietnam is not enough, but also from Laos

Trung Quốc ồ ạt thu mua 2 triệu tấn một loại nông sản, mua của Thái Lan, Việt Nam chưa đủ, còn gom của Lào
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Cassava Starch
China
Price Trend
Cassava
Vietnam
Supply Yield / Stock Quantity
May 13, 2022
From Danviet
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According to statistics from the General Department of Customs, in April 2022, Vietnam exported 234,980 tons of cassava and cassava products, up 10.8% in volume and 31.7% in value, of which China. is the main export market. The average export price of cassava and cassava products was at 446.9 USD/ton, up 0.6% compared to March 2022 and 18.9% higher than April 2021.
Accumulated in the first 4 months of 2022, the export of cassava and cassava products reached 1.19 million tons, worth USD 517.17 million, up 0.3% in volume and 16.7% in value compared to the previous year. same period in 2021. China is still the most important export market for Vietnam's cassava and cassava products. Specifically, in April 2022, exports of cassava and cassava products to China accounted for 87.5% of the country's total volume of cassava and cassava products, with 205,500 tons, worth US$91.64 million. , down 48.9% in volume and 49% in value compared to March 2022; compared to April 2021, an increase of 12.4% in volume and 32.2% in value. Accumulated in the first 4 months of 2022, Vietnam exported to China 1.09 million tons of cassava and cassava products, worth $473.3 million, down 1.9% in volume, but up 14.7% in value over the same period in 2021. According to the Import-Export Department (Ministry of Industry and Trade), our country's export of cassava and ...
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