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MOA: Import and Export of Agricultural Products Amounted to 198.23 Billion Dollars

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Core Tip: China's import and export of agricultural products reached 198.23 billion dollars, an increase of 9.0% over the same period last year.
According to the website of the Ministry of Agriculture and Rural Affairs, from January to November, China's import and export of agricultural products reached 198.23 billion dollars, an increase of 9.0% over the same period last year. Among of them, $72.07 billion in exports, an increase of 6.5%, $126.16 billion in imports, an increase of 10.5%, and a trade deficit of $54.09 billion, an increase of 16.5%.

Among of them:

1.Grain

From January to November, grain imports totaled 19.40 million tons, down 18.1% from the same period last year, and imports totaled 5.56 billion dollars, down 6.2% from the same period last year. Exports volume was 221.9 million tons, increased by 49.6%; exports value was 940 million dollars, increased by 32.1%; net imports volume was 17.183 million tons, decreased by 22.7%.

Wheat imports: 2.864 million tons, 32.1% less than the same period last year. Exports of 254,000 tons increased by 79.5%.

Corn: Imports 3.17 million tons, an increase of 30.9% year on year. Export of 11,000 tons, a decrease of 86.9%.

Rice: Imports of 28 million tons, 22.1% less than the same period last year. Exports totaled 1813,000 tons, an increase of 60.7%.

Barley: 6.672 million tons of imports, down 19.4% from the same period last year. Export 87.9 tons, an increase of 5.4%.

Sorghum: Import 36.447 million tons, 25.6% less than the same period last year. Exports of 40,000 tons, an increase of 19.3%.

In addition, imports of corn distillers'grains (DDGs) amounted to 1.33 million tons, a decrease of 66.2% over the same period last year.

Cassava (mainly dry cassava) imports 45.33 million tons, a decrease of 38.4%.

2.Cotton and Sugar

Cotton: From January to November, imports of 1.44 million tons increased by 12.0% compared with the same period last year, while imports of 2.76 billion dollars increased by 27.6%. In addition, the import of cotton yarn [1] as an alternative product of cotton increased by 6.3% to 1.098 million tons.

Sugar: From January to November, 26.333 million tons were imported, an increase of 22.1% over the same period last year; imports amounted to US$970 million, a decrease of 4.4%.

3. Edible oilseeds and edible vegetable oils

Edible oil seeds: from January to November, the import of 88.219 million tons decreased by 4.1%, the import of 38.93 billion dollars increased by 0.4%, the export of 106.1 million tons increased by 10.3%, the export of 1.53 billion dollars increased by 6.9%, and the trade deficit of 37.4 billion dollars increased by 0.1%. Among of them, soybean imports amounted to 82.312 million tons, a decrease of 4.3%; rapeseed imports amounted to 4.361 million tons, a decrease of 1.3%.

Edible vegetable oil: from January to November, imports of 71.88 million tons, an increase of 7.8%, imports of 5.27 billion dollars, an increase of 3.6%; exports of 272,000 tons, an increase of 54.3%, exports of 280 million dollars, an increase of 37.0%; trade deficit of 4.99 billion dollars, an increase of 2.2%. Among of them, imports of palm oil increased by 5.1%, rapeseed oil increased by 66.0%, sunflower oil and safflower oil by 9.8% and soybean oil by 495,000 tons, respectively.

4.Vegetables and fruits

Vegetables: From January to November, exports amounted to US$13.82 billion, a decrease of 1.1%, imports amounted to US$730 million, an increase of 51.7%, and trade surplus of US$13.09 billion, a decrease of 3.0%.

Fruit: From January to November, exports amounted to $6.38 billion, an increase of 38% over the same period last year; imports amounted to $7.73 billion, an increase of 35.9%; trade deficit amounted to $1.35 billion, a surplus of $460 million over the same period last year.

5.Livestock and aquatic products

Livestock products: from January to November, imports amounted to 26.22 billion dollars, an increase of 12.8%, exports amounted to 6.23 billion dollars, an increase of 9.3%, and trade deficits amounted to 19.99 billion dollars, an increase of 14.0%. Among of them, pork imports 1 million 97 thousand tons, minus 0.7%; pig chop imports 896 thousand tons, minus 23%; beef imports 935 thousand tons, increase 50.7%; Lamb imports 291 thousand tons, 31.6% increase; milk powder imports 1 million 58 thousand tons, increased by 8.8%.

Aquatic products: from January to November, exports amounted to 20.25 billion dollars, an increase of 6.8%, imports amounted to 13.63 billion dollars, an increase of 31.9%, and trade surplus amounted to 6.62 billion dollars, a decrease of 23.2%.


 
 
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