Dampening demand for imported grain in China


Chinese soybean imports have picked up in August to 9.49mt, from the 8.67mt in July. Senior Asia Commodity Analyst at StoneX, Darin Friedrichs however noted that the increase may be due to delayed shipments just arriving at Chinese customs.

In addition, he noted that grain exporting countries sh...

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