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China’s bumper harvest may cool corn-buying binge, impact progress of US trade deal

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[unable to retrieve full-text content]China’s record corn-buying spree – a cornerstone of its trade deal with the United States – may be running out of steam, with risks growing that imports by the top buyer will fall short of US official estimates. The domestic harvest season is looming and China is expecting a bumper crop after farmers sharply boosted corn planting this year.This is already starting to weigh on Chinese corn prices, narrowing the gap with overseas prices and hurting the attractiveness of imports, according to…

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China’s record corn-buying spree – a cornerstone of its trade deal with the United States – may be running out of steam, with risks growing that imports by the top buyer will fall short of US official estimates. The domestic harvest season is looming and China is expecting a bumper crop after farmers sharply boosted corn planting this year.This is already starting to weigh on Chinese corn prices, narrowing the gap with overseas prices and hurting the attractiveness of imports, according to…

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