Sunday, 16 June 2019

The US Planning to Export Corn and Soybeans to South America

Soybeans and corn produced in the United States will flow to markets in South and North America.


Ted McKinney, the assistant secretary of commerce for the US, believes that with the growth of the chicken meat and Pork market, the situation will be better for the corn and soybean farmers in the United States.

He acknowledged that many parts of the US-Colombian political conflict have been eliminated over the past years, and thus, it can be viewed as a growing market for these products.

Although the United States focuses on Mexican and Canadian markets and the USMCA is in the final stages, but the country also has a half-look at markets like Venezuela and Colombia and trying to replace the gap following by trade war with China with other markets.


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