Market Talks: What’s happening to China’s demand for Brazilian crude?

Author Argus

China’s crude imports have fallen from the peak seen at the beginning of the Covid-19 pandemic, prompting growing concern among Brazilian producers.

What is behind the fluctuations in Chinese demand and what are the prospects for Brazilian crude shipments in the coming months?

In this week's episode of Market Talks, Vanessa Viola, Argus SVP Latin America, and Clayton Melo, Brazil Country Manager, analyze trends in Brazilian crude exports to China.

(Podcast is in Portuguese)

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