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Why China Is Hungry for Brazilian Soy

Apr 10, 2018 | 09:00 GMT
Trucks laden with imported soybeans prepare to depart a port in eastern China in April 2018.

Trucks laden with imported soybeans prepare to depart a port in eastern China in April 2018. In 2017, Brazil supplied more than half of China's imported soybeans.

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The trade spat between Washington and Beijing is only part of the reason Brazil is pulling ahead of the United States in soybean exports to China. In the years to come, the South American giant could get a stranglehold on the Far Eastern market....

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