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Argentina's soya woe is Brazil's gain

Severe drought in Argentina, which is the largest exporter of soyabeans, is likely to spur shipments from Brazil at a time when China has embarked on an anti-US agricultural procurement strategy

Argentina focuses on exporting processed soyabean meal rather than raw beans, and has been forced to top up domestic supplies with imports from the US

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