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Soy exports from Brazil slow down in the 3rd week of the month; ore accelerates

Soybean
Brazil
Published Nov 23, 2021

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SAO PAULO (Reuters) – Exports of Brazil's main agricultural commodities, such as soybeans, slowed down in the third week of November compared to the second week of the month, according to data from the Foreign Trade Secretariat (Secex) on Monday. The shipment of soybeans from the country on average for the month until the third week of November […]

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SAO PAULO (Reuters) – Exports of Brazil's main agricultural commodities, such as soybeans, slowed down in the third week of November compared to the second week of the month, according to data from the Foreign Trade Secretariat (Secex) on Monday. The country's soybean shipments on average for the month until the third week of November were 161.6 thousand tons per day, versus 192,300 tons until the previous week, but still a jump in the annual comparison (see details in the table below) . Coffee exports from Brazil until the third week registered a daily average of 10.22 thousand tons, versus 11.5 thousand until the second week. The same happened with cotton, with 11.9 thousand tons per day, against 12,800 until the second week, versus 16,700 tons per day in the same full month of 2020. Already the export of iron ore from Brazil, which ...
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