Cheap China Corn Seen Curbing Imports Amid Ample Domestic Supply

  • Imports may decline as domestic corn prices drop: analysts
  • Buyers may also curb barley, sorghum, DDGS purchases

China’s imports of corn and feed grains are set to slump after the government increased the amount auctioned from state reserves and domestic prices dropped to a decade low, according to analysts.

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