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Corn: EU imports decline again

January 21, 2020 12:08 PM, Der AUDITOR
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PARIS. The corn market declined in the USA and also in Western Europe. More rainfall in South America has resulted in better growing conditions for corn. The sowing of the safrinha maize crop, however, was slightly delayed. The EU imported less corn from third-world countries.

In Chicago, US corn was 386.50 cents per bushel, which is 3 cents lower than yesterday, while in Paris corn fell to EUR 172.25 per metric tonne, a decline of 0.75 cents. In the USA, trade came to a standstill yesterday due to Martin Luther King Day. In this respect, the market was more focused on South America, Western Europe and the Black Sea region. In Brazil, the sowing of the saffrinha crop, Brazil's second corn harvest, began with a slight delay after the soybean harvest was partially interrupted by rain. According to the Mato Grosso Institute of Agricultural Economics (

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