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Canadian soybean shipments are being held in Chinese ports for inspections, signaling that tensions spurred by the arrest of a top Huawei executive last year are expanding beyond canola.
A fraud case that has already netted guilty pleas from a grain broker and three Nebraska farmers has also forced a Missouri farmer to plead guilty to involvement in fraudulently
Grain markets are on a rally due to slow planting, but farmer anxiety over trade continues to weigh on producer's minds.
As the U.S. and other nations work to fill the pork void left in China due to ASF, demand for soybean meal is likely to rise.
Arlan Suderman said the recent twist in trade talks with China goes back to a 1985 document where the U.S. government commissioned a study on how to negotiate with China.
China announced that it will impose additional tariffs on some American goods in retaliation for the latest increase of U.S. duties on $200 billion of Chinese imports.