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China’s soybean imports from US surged in Jan-Feb as cargoes booked in trade truce arrived


China’s soybean imports from the United States in the first two months of the year rose sixfold from a year earlier, as cargoes booked during a trade truce between the countries arrived.

China imported 6.101 million tonnes of US soybeans in January and February, compared to from 1.044 million tonnes in the same months in 2019, when shipments were still largely curbed because of the trade war between the two countries.

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