Exports fell 19% in July compared to the same month of 2019 and totalled USD 659 million, according to a report by the agency Uruguay XXI. In the accumulated of the year, exports totalled USD 4,443 million, 17% less than what was exported in July of 2019. Soybeans and cellulose were negatively impacted most, with a drop of 10% and 6%, respectively. In contrast, exports of rice and beef, increased in the year-on-year comparison and positively impacted exports for the month. China remained the main export destination in July, although exports fell by 42% in the year-on-year comparison, reaching USD 92 million. The U.S. ranked second with USD 70 million, and Brazil third with USD 65 million, although exports fell by 30% compared with July 2019.