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Peru imported soybeans for US$31.5 million between January and April of this year

Published May 29, 2024

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Between January and April of this year, Peru imported 65,244,950 kilos of soybeans, valued at US$31,498,163, according to Agrodata. Bolivia was the primary supplier, accounting for 54% of the total imports, followed by Paraguay, Chile, and other countries. The main importers in Peru were Seaboard Overseas Perú SA, San Fernando SA, ADM Andina, and Corporación Rico SAC, with total imports valued at US$3,964,395.
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(Agraria.pe) Between January and April of this year, Peru imported 65,244,950 kilos of soybeans for a CIF value of US$31,498,163, according to a report by the consulting firm Agrodata. According to this source, the main supplier of this product for our market in said period was Bolivia, which achieved placements for US$ 17,002,901 (54% of total Peruvian imports). Paraguay came next with US$11,931,553, Chile with US$2,543,523, and others with US$20,186. Meanwhile, among the main importing companies, Seaboard Overseas Perú SA stood out with acquisitions ...
Source: Agraria
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