Brazil and China announce diversification of agribusiness trade agenda

The parties announced the conclusion of negotiations on the start of Brazilian exports of corn and peanuts to China, as well as the intention to sign protocols on Brazilian exports of soybean meal, concentrated soy protein, citrus pulp, and fetal bovine serum.

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - Representatives of Brazil and China announced significant progress in the agribusiness trade agenda, translating into an expansion and diversification of business between the parties.

This information, expected by Broadcast Agro, was announced in a joint statement issued by the Ministries of Agriculture and Foreign Affairs on Monday evening, June 23, at the 6th Brazil-China Agricultural Trade Conference.

According to the joint statement, during the meeting, the parties announced the conclusion of negotiations on the start of Brazilian exports of corn and peanuts to China, as well as the intention to sign protocols on Brazilian exports . . .

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