Informacion economica sobre Cuba

11/20/2008 7:44:00 AM

USDA Exports: Corn, Soybeans, & Wheat Up, Beef Sales To Canada

Wheat: Net sales of 511,000 metric tons were up two and one-tenth times
from the previous week and 40 percent from the prior 4-week average.
Increases reported for Japan (103,400 MT), South Korea (89,200 MT),
Egypt (56,900 MT), unknown destinations (54,800 MT), Nigeria (48,000
MT), Thailand (39,600 MT), Costa Rica (29,900 MT, including 3,700 MT
switched from Guatemala), and Cuba (27,500 MT), were partially offset by
decreases for Guatemala (3,700 MT), Mexico (2,800 MT), and Colombia
(1,100 MT). Exports of 452,300 MT were up 1 percent from the previous
week, but down 7 percent from the prior 4-week average. The primary
destinations were Nigeria (73,900 MT), Iran (66,000 MT), Egypt (64,900
MT), Japan (57,000 MT), the Philippines (50,400 MT), Cuba (27,500 MT),
Portugal (18,000 MT), and Costa Rica (15,300 MT).

Corn: Net sales of 433,800 MT were up 22 percent from the previous
week, but down 15 percent from the prior 4-week average. Increases
reported for Cuba (125,200 MT), Japan (90,600 MT), Taiwan (87,300 MT),
Syria (50,400 MT, previously reported as Egypt), Ecuador (30,000 MT),
and Mexico (27,300 MT), were partially offset by decreases for Colombia
(33,200 MT) and Guatemala (23,300 MT). Exports of 755,900 MT were down
7 percent from the previous week, but up 9 percent from the prior 4-week
average. The primary destinations were Japan (300,000 MT), Mexico
(106,200 MT), Taiwan (87,400 MT), South Korea (85,200 MT), Syria (50,400
MT), Colombia (28,000 MT), Honduras (25,300 MT), and Cuba (25,200 MT).
Note: Accumulated exports were adjusted down 50,400 MT for Egypt.

Barley: There were no sales reported during the week. Exports of 2,900
MT were to Canada (2,400 MT) and Taiwan (500 MT).

Sorghum: Net sales of 4,100 MT were for Mexico. Exports of 23,400 MT
were down 39 percent from the previous week and 61 percent from the
prior 4-week average. The destination was Mexico.

Rice: Net sales of 118,900 MT–a marketing-year high–were up two and
one-fifth times from the previous week and two and seven-tenths times
from the prior 4-week average. Increases were reported for Costa Rica
(62,800 MT), Venezuela (30,700 MT), Mexico (10,800 MT), and Honduras
(7,000 MT). Exports of 83,800 MT were up two and three-tenths times
from the previous week and 42 percent from the prior 4-week average. The
primary destinations were Venezuela (30,700 MT), Mexico (23,200 MT),
Honduras (7,400 MT), Haiti (6,200 MT), Canada (5,400 MT), and South
Korea (2,000 MT).

Soybeans: Net sales of 790,900 MT were up 65 percent from the previous
week, but down 11 percent from the prior 4-week average. Increases
reported for China (469,200 MT, including 122,000 MT switched from
unknown destinations and decreases of 128,200 MT), Mexico (122,200 MT),
Germany (76,600 MT, including 75,000 MT switched from unknown
destinations), Taiwan (75,800 MT, including 58,000 MT switched from
unknown destinations), the Netherlands (59,700 MT, switched from unknown
destinations), and Japan (25,800 MT), were partially offset by decreases
for Egypt (35,400 MT) and unknown destinations (17,500 MT). Exports of
1,067,500 MT were up 2 percent from the previous week, but down 13
percent from the prior 4-week average. The primary destinations were
China (581,500 MT), Taiwan (104,200 MT), Germany (76,600 MT), Japan
(66,100 MT), the Netherlands (59,700 MT), and South Korea (57,800 MT).

Soybean Cake and Meal: Net sales of 92,300 MT were down 26 percent from
the previous week and 41 percent from the prior 4-week average.
Increases reported for Cuba (40,000 MT), Mexico (26,600 MT), Canada
(9,300 MT), the United Arab Emirates (7,000 MT), and Honduras (6,600 MT
switched from Guatemala), were partially offset by decreases for
Guatemala (6,600 MT), Japan (4,600 MT), and Nicaragua (2,000 MT).
Exports of 116,500 MT were down 20 percent from the previous week, but
unchanged from the prior 4-week average. The primary destinations were
Mexico (37,000 MT), Ecuador (27,500 MT), and Canada (24,300 MT).

Soybean Oil: Net sales of 7,900 MT were primarily for Jamaica (3,200
MT), Costa Rica (1,500 MT), Nicaragua (1,300 MT), and Guatemala (1,200
MT). Decreases were reported for Saudi Arabia (200 MT). Exports of
1,900 MT were up 6 percent from the previous week, but down 79 percent
from the prior 4-week average. The destinations were mainly to Mexico
(800 MT), Canada (400 MT), and the United Arab Emirates (100 MT).

Cotton: Net Upland sales of 202,400 running bales were up 51 percent
from the previous week and 8 percent from the prior 4-week average.
Increases reported for China (39,700 RB), Turkey (36,900 RB), Mexico
(23,900 RB), Peru (14,200 RB), Bangladesh (13,300 RB), and Thailand
(11,200 RB), were partially offset by decreases for unknown destinations
(400 RB). Exports of 239,000 RB were up 8 percent from the previous
week and from the prior 4-week average. The primary destinations were
China (87,200 RB), Turkey (48,200 RB), Mexico (32,900 RB), and Indonesia
(11,100 RB). Net American Pima sales of 700 RB were mainly for Japan
(300 MT) and Thailand (300 MT). Exports of 1,900 RB were down 14
percent from the previous week and 40 percent from the prior 4-week
average. The primary destinations were Germany (900 RB) and Indonesia
(700 RB).

Hides and Skins: Net sales of 516,600 pieces were up 7 percent from the
previous week and 41 percent from the prior 4-week average. Whole
cattle hide sales of 493,000 pieces resulted as increases for China
(234,100 pieces), South Korea (177,100 pieces, including 49,500 pieces
previously reported as Japan), Taiwan (72,300 pieces), and Thailand
(31,900 pieces), were partially offset by decreases for Japan (52,300
pieces). Exports of 655,400 pieces were up 15 percent from the previous
week and 20 percent from the prior 4-week average. Whole cattle hide
exports of 637,000 pieces were primarily to China (299,000 pieces),
South Korea (207,700 pieces), Taiwan (33,900 pieces), Japan (29,800
pieces), Hong Kong (28,100 pieces), and Thailand (11,000 pieces).

Net sales of 89,300 wet blues were up 27 percent from the previous week,
but down 11 percent from the prior 4-week average. Increases were
mainly for China (19,400 grain splits), the Dominican Republic (9,600
unsplit and 4,600 grain splits), South Korea (13,900 unsplit), Mexico
(10,800 grain splits and 1,700 unsplit), and Indonesia (11,400 unsplit).
Exports of 73,800 hides were up 36 percent from the previous week, but
down 5 percent from the prior 4-week average. The primary destinations
were China (20,600 unsplit and 1,600 grain splits), Hong Kong (12,200
unsplit), Taiwan (11,100 unsplit), and South Korea (8,200 unsplit). Net
sales of splits totaling 1,705,400 pounds were for Hong Kong (907,400
pounds), China (528,000 pounds), and South Korea (270,000 pounds).
Exports of 502,400 pounds were down 37 percent from the previous week
and 48 percent from the prior 4-week average. The destinations were
Hong Kong (367,400 pounds) and South Korea (135,000 pounds).

Beef: Net sales of 4,200 MT were primarily for Canada (1,400 MT),
Mexico (1,400 MT), South Korea (500 MT), and Japan (400 MT). Net Sales
of 500 MT for delivery in 2009 were primarily for Japan (200 MT) and
Taiwan (200 MT). Exports of 8,300 MT were mainly to Mexico (3,200 MT),
Canada (1,600 MT), South Korea (1,500 MT), Japan (900 MT), Vietnam (300
MT), and Taiwan (300 MT).

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