Market Talks: How’s the soybean paper market doing in Brazil?

Author Argus

The paper market for soybean from Brazil’s main agricultural port Paranagua has picked up, and is proving an increasingly significant secondary market for traders.

What has driven this, and what are the prospects for the country’s 2020-21 soybean crop?

In this week’s episode of Market Talks, Argus’ Brazil Bureau Chief, Camila Dias, and Agriculture and Fertilizer Reporter Jose Roberto Gomes analyse the outlook for Brazil’s soybean exports.

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