Vietnam: Oilseeds and Products Update

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Post revises the total feed demand forecast down to 26.6 million tons in MY2021/22 as Vietnam continues to face issues with African Swine Fever, inflation, and high feed ingredient costs. Post lowers the forecast for soybean imports, soybean crush, and soybean meal consumption in line with the lower feed demand. Vietnam’s livestock sector is rebuilding but is restricted by disease threats and high input costs.

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