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Parana Riverbank Collapses

Alan Barrett|May 19, 2020

The bank collapse of Argentina’s Parana River coupled with water levels at 50-year lows are currently making that country’s ag exports difficult. U.S. Soy has…


Soybean Seed Transportation Logistics Adapt During Pandemic

USSEC Staff Writer|May 12, 2020

Airlines ensure timely transportation of soybean seed to the U.S. to be planted during the 2020 season during the novel coronavirus, COVID-19, outbreak.

Around the World

Parana River Levels Shifting Volumes to U.S.

Alan Barrett|May 5, 2020

Lower water levels along Argentina’s Parana River may limit that country’s exports and possibly boost U.S soybean sales.


Argentina Halts New Export Licenses as Higher Taxes Loom

Rob Hatchett|Feb 27, 2020

The Argentine government temporarily froze the registration of new grain and oilseed export licenses on February 26, potentially affecting U.S. and global soy supply chains.


U.S. Soybeans Find Unlikely Home in Argentina

Rob Hatchett|Jan 17, 2019

The shortfall in soybean production in Argentina realized last spring, in addition to the changing dynamics in the world soybean trade in the last half…