China’s US soybean imports fell sharply in October

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China's soybean imports from the US fell sharply in October 2021 compared to last year, hit by poor demand and limited exports. Causes cited were falling pig prices, competitively priced Brazilian beans, and flooded grain terminals due to a hurricane in September. Shipments for October totaled 5.11...

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