According to the European Commission, softwheat exports from the EU in the 2021/22 season that started in July are running in large ahead of the previous season despite some French volumes missing from the total, as they are complete for France only up to July 2021.
Indeed, as of Nov. 21, EU soft wheat exports had reached 10.27 million tonnes, up from 9.88 million tonnes by the same week in 2020/21.
The Commission recorded only 823,000 tonnes of French soft wheat exports so far this season while port data compiled by Refinitiv, shows France had shipped 3.2 million tonnes of soft wheat outside the European Union as of Monday.
As for durum wheat, EU export were at 246.412 t.
That was up from 241.236 of prior week, noticeably up from 91.284 t by the same week in 2020/21 and up from 226.941 t by the same week in 2019/20. 
As for barley, EU data showed 2021/22 exports at 3.10 million tonnes, against 3.24 million a year ago.
Of that, only 725,000 tonnes were from France, while Refinitiv data pegged French non-EU barley exports by Nov. 22 at 2.16 million tonnes.
Meantime, EU corn imports were at 4.79 million tonnes, against 6.90 million a year ago, the Commission data showed. 
EU 2021/22 soybeans import, had reached 4.79 million tonnes, down from 5,63 million tonnes in 2020/21 at same week.
EU 2021/22 rapeseed imports, were at 1,7 million tonnes, down from 2,74 million tonnes a year ago.

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