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Trade war: China buys US soybeans after fresh round of tariff waivers, but will it be the last for some time?

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[unable to retrieve full-text content]Chinese importers bought at least two cargoes of soybeans from the United States after receiving another round of tariff-free quota for shipments on Tuesday, traders in both countries said.The sales, the first since Washington announced an interim trade deal with Beijing last week, may also be China’s last large US purchases before newly harvested soybeans from top supplier Brazil begin hitting the market next month, traders said.A US trader confirmed that two cargoes, or about 120,000 tonnes,…

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Chinese importers bought at least two cargoes of soybeans from the United States after receiving another round of tariff-free quota for shipments on Tuesday, traders in both countries said.The sales, the first since Washington announced an interim trade deal with Beijing last week, may also be China’s last large US purchases before newly harvested soybeans from top supplier Brazil begin hitting the market next month, traders said.A US trader confirmed that two cargoes, or about 120,000 tonnes,…
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