HAMBURG, Aug 12 (Reuters) - An importer group in South Korea is believed to have purchased about 60,000 tonnes of food-grade corn to be sourced from optional origins in a deal earlier this week, European traders said on Friday.
The corn was purchased at an estimated $346.50 a tonne c&f including a surcharge for additional port unloading, they said.
It was for arrival in South Korea around Nov. 10. Seller was believed to be trading house Cofco.
(Reporting by Michael Hogan)
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