Brazil to export 43% less soybeans in May than the same month in 2021

Decline in shipments after a hot first quarter.

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - Brazilian soybean exports are expected to remain at 8.075 million tons in May, a scenario very different from that observed in the same period last year, when 14.221 million tons were shipped.

Already last month, the country shipped 11.354 million tons of grain. The information comes from the National Association of Cereal Exporters (Anec).

Thus, the annual decline in exports in this period is expected to be 43.2% and 28.8% compared to April.

Between April 24 and 30, Brazil shipped 2.017 million tons the week. Between May 1 and May . . .

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