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Chinese soy imports from Brazil surge 82% in May over April

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - China's soy imports from Brazil surged 82% in May compared to the month before, bolstered by shipments that should have arrived earlier but were
delayed by rain, customs data showed Sunday.

The world's largest soy importer, China bought 9.23 million tons from the country in May, up from 5.08 million tons in April, according to data from the General Administration of Customs.

May imports were also higher than the 8.86 million tons imported from China's main soy supplier a year ago.

China bought 244,431 tons of soy from the . . .

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