India's soymeal exports likely to double in the 2022/23 marketing year, as drought in top exporter Argentina lifted global prices, prompting buyers to turn to the south Asian country like India with cheaper rates. The revival in Soymeal exports has boosted soybean crushing in India and soy oil availability could limit the import of soy oil and palm oil. Exports demand for Indian soymeal has been reviving since it is cheaper than supplies from Argentina. India's soymeal exports in the current marketing year could rise to 15- 20 Lakh tonnes, from 644,000 tonnes a year ago. India's soymeal exports in the first three months of the 2022/23 marketing year, which started on Oct. 1, jumped 223% to 325,409 tonnes, according to trade body the Solvent Extractors' Association of India.