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Amur Region Exported to China Soybeans Worth $86 million

Amur Region Exported to China Soybeans Worth $86 million

From January to July, 2018 Amur Region has exported more than 279 thous. of soybeans valued at $86.09 mln and thus almost tripled its export of this product compared to the same  period of 2017.


China has become the largest importer of Amur Region’s soybeans (99.6%) and bought 278.7 thous. tn of soybeans for the total amount of $85.75 mln.

Kazakhstan has imported 542.12 tn of Amur Regions soybeans worth $288 thous. Small-scale soybean supplies (135 tn, $52 thous.) have been also dispatched to Azerbaijan.

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