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Grains may lead to most seaborne trade disruption from US-China spat

Ongoing trade tensions between Washington and Beijing threaten to affect trade volumes across many sectors. However, according to an IEG Vu analysis based on Clarksons data, grains have the potential to most impact seaborne trade volumes

Chinese importing firms have been reluctant to buy US soyabeans even though the additional tariffs are not yet in place

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