Ukrainian soybean exports grew by 23%


Ukraine exported soybeans at a fast pace in the first half of 2016/17. Their exports sank to 51.6 KMT in July 2017, i.e. to the lowest level since the beginning of the season.

Overall, soybean exports remain record high in MY 2016/17 (September-July): 2860.8 KMT, or up 22.6% year-on-year, UkrAgroConsult notes.

In the current 2016/17 season, the range of export destinations for Ukrainian soybeans was widened to 36 countries. Turkey, having reduced soybean imports from Ukraine to 730 KMT against 928 KMT a year ago, is still the top importer with a 26% export share. European countries (21%) and Iran (20%) tripled soybean purchases from Ukraine. In addition, new export destinations were opened: Denmark, Morocco, Angola, South Korea and Kyrgyzstan.

Further prospects of the oilseeds/vegoils market in the Black Sea region countries will be discussed at the V International Conference “Black Sea Oil Trade”, which will take place on September 19, 2017 in Hilton hotel, Kiev, Ukraine.

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