China's corn imports from Brazil to jump with new trade channels

A specific agricultural product is bringing the economies of China and Brazil closer: corn. 

In early January this year, a cargo ship loaded 68,000 tonnes of corn, which could fill 23 trains, from Brazil arrived at a port in Dongguan, a city in south China's Guangdong Province. The corn marks the first batch of Brazilian corn imported into China.

Experts believe the corn imported from Brazil to China is expected to see a jump, as CGTN's Wang Tianyu explains.

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