Thursday, November 3, 2022
More than 100 Brazilian firms have been approved to export corn to China
China's General Administration of Customs has approved 136 Brazilian traders, cooperatives and facilities to export corn to China, Argus Media reported.
Wednesday, August 3, 2022
China's 2020-21 feed market: Rising corn prices and using wheat as substitute
The price of corn in China surged from ¥1,870/tonne in January 2020 to ¥2,629 /tonne by the end of 2020, an increase of ¥759/tonne.
Tuesday, June 28, 2022
China looks elsewhere for corn as war hampers Ukraine's exports
China appears to be looking for other suppliers in the world market as Ukraine's corn exports are currently restricted due to the war in the country, Pig333 reported.
Saturday, May 28, 2022
China to allow Brazilian corn imports to replace Ukrainian shipments
China's Ministry of Commerce said the country's customs authority has finalised an agreement to allow Brazilian corn imports to replace Ukrainian shipments, an alternative to US corn, Reuters reported.
Tuesday, May 17, 2022
China Corn: Concerns over wheat harvest strengthen demand (week ended May 16, 2022)
As supplies of corn remained tight while the upcoming wheat harvest remained uncertain, corn prices strengthened of late. There were reports that Chinese farmers were selling green wheat to feed producers who offered good prices, hence prom ...
Monday, May 2, 2022
China plans to approve Syngenta-developed GMO corn traits
China's Ministry of Agriculture and Rural Affairs said it plans to approve GMO corn traits developed by Syngenta Group, Reuters reported.
Friday, April 15, 2022
Corn planting in China facing delays due to lockdowns
China's key corn planting areas in its north-eastern provinces could face planting delays as millions of farmers are unable to return home from short-term jobs in the city due to COVID-19 lockdowns, Reuters reported.
Tuesday, March 8, 2022
Russo-Ukrainian war: Impact on China corn market
At a time when global grain and oil prices have reached 10-year highs, the outbreak of the Russian-Ukrainian crisis is disrupting the global grain market.
Wednesday, January 19, 2022
China's corn imports 152% up compared to previous year
China's General Administration of Customs data showed corn imports in 2021 was at 28.35 million tonnes, 152% higher than the 11.3 million tonnes imported in 2020, Reuters reported.
Monday, January 17, 2022
China lowers 2021/2022 corn consumption estimates on low demand
China's Ministry of Agriculture and Rural Affairs has decreased its 2021/2022 corn consumption estimates because of reduced demand from the feed industry and industrial users, Reuters reported.
Monday, August 2, 2021
China Corn: Market soft as buyers stay cautious (week ended Aug 2, 2021)
Prices of corn were slow amid slow trade as market participants turned cautious as floods and typhoons disrupted agriculture in the country. Traders who had limited stocks attempted to hold prices stable.
Wednesday, June 30, 2021
China Corn: Prices 6% below March peak (week ended Jun 28, 2021)
Demand for corn was weak as feed producers limited production while the hog prices tumbled to two year lows. Meanwhile, corn exported surged a whopping 74% between October 2020 and April 2021, compared with the same period in the previous c ...
Tuesday, May 18, 2021
China Corn: Market stable but lacks momentum (week ended May 17, 2021)
Limited availability underpinned prices of corn. Nonetheless, as traders attempted to clear inventories in preparation for the stocking of newly harvested wheat, prices stayed flat over the week.
Wednesday, May 12, 2021
China imports most US corn since January despite new feed mix guidelines
The United States Agriculture Department (USDA) said China imported 1.36 million tonnes of corn from the US, matching their seventh biggest ever purchase of US corn even though China issued guidelines to reduce corn and soymeal in swine and ...
Tuesday, May 4, 2021
China Corn: Market stays firm on limited supply (week ended May 3, 2021)
Corn sellers, who had limited stocks to offer, stood firm on prices amid low inventory pressure. Demand was stable before the May Day holidays as feed producers increased stockpiles. However, deep processors, who were making limited profits ...

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