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Argentina to import US soyabeans for first time in 20 year hiatus

Argentina to import US soyabeans for first time in 20 year hiatus

Argentina’s national food health and quality service Senasa is working to update regulations in order to facilitate the import of US soyabeans into the country for the first time in more than 20 years. Argentina to import US soyabeans for first time in 20 year hiatus. Due to the last imports from the USA having been in 1997, Argentina’s current sanitary regulations would not allow the arrival of bulk ships carrying US soyabeans, Senasa president Luis Negri told Agricensus in mid April.

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