Brazil's total agricultural exports in July were 9

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Brazilian agricultural exports in July totaled US $9.17 billion, down 3.4% from the same period last year

the data released by the Brazilian Ministry of Agriculture recently showed that Brazil's agricultural exports totaled US $9.17 billion in July this year, down 3.4% from the same period last year; The total import volume was US $1.17 billion, a decrease of 7.1% over the same period last year; The trade surplus is nearly $8billion. The fall in commodity prices is the main reason for the decline in Brazil's agricultural exports

the export volume of crops, especially soybeans, is decreasing, and the export growth rate is slowing down; One of the main reasons for the decline in total exports is the lack of. Brazil's soybean exports in July decreased by $1.5 billion compared with the same period in the sixth quarter of last year, and meat exports also fell year-on-year, from $1.54 billion in July last year to $1.46 billion in July this year

although the export volume fell, the export volume of soybeans and their products still ranked first, with us $3.41 billion. The second is meat products, with an export volume of 1.46 billion US dollars. The export volume of grain and flour was US $1.17 billion, of which the export volume of corn was US $1.13 billion, a record high, while the shipment volume also hit a record high, reaching 6.32 million tons. Japan was the main destination of Brazilian corn in this period

the export volume of wood products is 998.7 million US dollars, of which pulp accounts for 55.1%. In addition, the total export volume of sugarcane related products is 630million US dollars, which researchers believe can be used in many aspects in the future, almost the same as that of the same period last year. The sales of sugar accounted for 85.5% of this amount after in-depth communication with China Steel Research, with a total amount of 525million US dollars. The above five major sectors accounted for 83.7% of the total exports of Brazil's agricultural sector, reaching US $7.68 billion

in addition, according to the data of the Brazilian Ministry of agriculture, China is the main importer of Brazilian agricultural products. In July this year, China imported 32.6% of its total exports of Brazilian agricultural products

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