In 2012, China's import volumes of fresh cassava and dry cassava increased by about 17.7% and 42.8% respectively. Meanwhile, their prices decreased by about 11.5% and 9.8% respectively.
It is predicted that the supply of domestic corn will keep sufficient in H1 2013 because of the increasing supply of corn and the expected continuously weak demand for corn from downstream industries.
Besides, the sufficient supply of corn set the stage for the decreased price of domestic corn starch sugars. For example, the prices of high fructose corn syrup F55 (HFCS F55) and glucose monohydrate, two major corn starch sugars in China, were USD620/t and USD565/t in Nov. 2012, and they decreased to USD602/t and USD546/t in Jan. 2013 respectively.
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