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US–China trade truce promises bulk carrier soyabean boost

US soyabean exports to non-China destinations this marketing season have seen Gulf and Great Lakes ports benefit from rising volumes at the expense of terminals in the Pacific North West

US sales of soyabeans to China could rise to 3m tonnes in the coming weeks, but expert warns Brazil’s early harvest could limit Chinese procurement from US farmers
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