RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - Argentine wheat exports during December 2020 dropped 52% compared to the same month of 2019, the lowest level in the last five years. The cereal revenue was also the lowest in five years, according to information from the local portal Agrofy.
Shipments represent less than half the tonnage shipped over the same period last season.
The Rosario Stock Exchange (BCR), highlighted that in addition to the drop in production, which will have an impact on the campaign’s lowest exportable balance (estimated at 17 million tons), the Grande Rosário export complex was hampered by strikes . . .