Corn imports picking up after Covid-19 led collapse

June 22, 2020

Corn imports globally have been picking up since May 2020, according to a presentation by the US Grains Council. US Grains Council, Regional Director for Southeast Asia, Manuel Sanchez. Speaking at the US Asia Trade Exchange he said highest demand came from Asean countries and East Asian countries such as Japan, South Korea and Taiwan. These economies have been picking up faster than the rest from Covid-19, thus showing greater demand for animal feed.