SAO PAULO (Reuters) – The National Association of Cereal Exporters (Anec) raised its projections for soybean and corn shipments from Brazil in September, with shipments of the oilseed estimated at 4.8 million tons, according to a survey released on Tuesday. fair.
If confirmed, the volume will represent a high compared to the 3.91 million tons registered in the same month of 2020.
The week before, the organization’s expectation, based on the ship schedule, was 4.4 million tons for soybeans.
In corn, Anec started to see shipments at 2.9 million tons, versus 2.67 million last week.
Cereal exports would represent a sharp drop compared to the 5.76 million tons shipped abroad in September 2020, due to the break in the second harvest 2020/21.
(By Nayara Figueiredo)
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