Argentinas agricultural exports severely hampered

By Grain Brokers Australia
April 28 2020 - 4:00pm
Argentinian grain ships are still loading, but the low water levels on the Parana River are forcing merchants to load less than the maximum.
Argentinian grain ships are still loading, but the low water levels on the Parana River are forcing merchants to load less than the maximum.

Near 50-year lows in the water level of Argentina's Parana River at the major port hub of Rosario, are severely hampering the flow of agricultural exports and has reportedly cost the local industry upwards of US$240 million since the beginning of the year.

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