Trade of grains, oils and food increased by 9.7% between January and February

The pandemic is expected to bring down exports in general in the first half of this year, but agricultural commodities will be less affected and may recover quickly in the second half. The CNA (National Confederation of Agriculture and Livestock of Brazil) does not identify an interruption of Chinese imports of Brazilian agricultural goods. Between January and February, there was an increase of 9.7% in the trade of grains, oils and food in the country.

Source: Folha de Londrina