A shortfall of wheat crops in Argentina by adverse weather conditions such as drought and frost will lead Brazil to seek more significant volumes of grain from alternative sources, such as the United States, Canada, and Russia, to meet their needs, evaluated market experts.
In the last commercial year (2021/22, August/July), Brazil imported only about 155 thousand tons from countries outside Mercosur after having bought almost 900 thousand tons in the USA, Canada, and Russia in the previous year, according to data from the Brazilian government.
In 2022/23, because of the weather problem in Argentina and excessive . . .